(Conduits and Access-Lists are temporary for initial implementation purposes only)
Now the symptoms:
with debug icmp trace on, I can see that when someone from the inside lan pings an outside address (say the gateway for the outside interface) the packets are sent and received, but not returned to the client on the inside lan.
outgoing port 80 (www) connections are not established.
The UDP and TCP connections are built (per syslog messages 302005 & 302001)
What I've tried so far:
-Swapping interfaces, extra1 with inside, in case there was a hardware preference for the inside interface
-Verified all ip's, default routes
-Swapping the outside address ip with the global
-Resetting the cable modem (although the ip is static)
-Removing any blocks via conduit and access-list commands
Are arp cache problems possible on a cable modem interface?
Do I need a router between my cable modem and my pix?
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