What is the translation count up to when you have to clear it? I see that you are overloading on a sinle IP as far as NAT is concerned. If you have a lot of traffic from the inside trying to go out (possibly even virus or worm) the you could be hitting your translation limit (somewhere around 65,000) for a single ip address. Hope this helps.
400 translations should not be killing your connection. I did run into an issue one time on an ASA5540. I was overloading on a single IP and at different intervals, it would stop allow new VPN connections. I wound up shifting the overload to a different IP address other than the outside IP address. I would try and create a new overload or a pool with your other IPs and just nat on those and not the outside address. Hope this helps.
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