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Disabled Rule Denying Traffic on Cisco ASA 5510

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Hi all.

I have another question open that is related, but figured I would ask this separately. I have a ACL that is denying traffic between my DMZ and internal network. I've set up Rules that I think should allow this traffic through. I have also tried some different NATs to facilitate going from the lower security interface to a higher one (though I still am not sure if they are needed or not).

I have disabled the ACL (LAN_access_out) that is blocking this traffic, saved the changes, and done a clear xlate. The ACL is still denying traffic.

Below is from the Log Viewer:

4      Oct 20 2010      18:27:27            192.168.55.5      65348      192.168.7.10      53      Deny udp src DMZ:192.168.55.5/65239 dst LAN:192.168.7.10/53 by access-group "LAN_access_out" [0x0, 0x0]

Anyone know what's going on? I can happily post config info if needed.

Thanks!
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