Am I right to assume you've configured a dynamic NAT rule? If so, are you using only one IP in the pool? How many clients do you have? There is an xlate timeout that defaults to 3 hours, but perhaps it is different in your config. The line is 'xlate timeout xx:xx:xx' (hours,minutes,seconds). You might try increasing the value to see if it helps. Of course, I could be way off-base here, so take my advice with a grain of salt.
Thanks for the new info. In my previous comment I was looking at it from an outbound client perspective, thus my question about dynamic nat. In the case of the xlate timeout, it is used for both static and dynamic NAT. I doubt that's the issue here though.
There is a connection timeout setting on the ASA -- timeout conn 1:00:00 -- that defaults to one hour. A connection reset after only 3 minutes seems strange. If you wouldn't mind posting a sanitized config here maybe someone can shed some light on it.
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