All of the trusted networks 10.* have nat-exeption rules between eachother. 10.1.1.* and 10.1.10.* are using Pat on the external interface using the interface IP. They are able to access hosts on the internet without any problems.
My problem is that when I try to do a one-to-one nat from say 10.1.1.5 to an outside, public IP, it doesnt work. What's interesting, however, is that I can plug a laptop into the outside interface, with an address in the range of that outside interface, and it can access the 10.1.1.5 host on the natted IP of 12.*.*.15.
What's complicating the issue is that I also have the old Watchguard Firebox in place. The firebox and the ASA are sharing a dumb switch that is uplinked to our ISP-managed router. Still, I have tried disconnecting this completely with no luck, and am also able to connect via VPN to the outside interface on the ASA without any problem...
Any idea what might be going wrong here? I'll upload my config shortly...
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