Cannot get connectivity through static mappings on Cisco ASA 5510 security appliance

I have been trying in vain to get two statically mapped IP addresses to communicate through a Cisco ASA 5510 via ports 11159 and 11160. The IP addresses are mapped to local IP's on a LAN, and they belong to two pieces of German manufacturing equipment, which I know nothing about. I can ping the two IP's locally (, .53) but cannot ping from outside the ASA (, 23). I can ping any of my statically mapped Microsoft servers from outside the firewall. What the heck am I doing wrong? I created a similar scenario yesterday for a video system in less than 5 minutes and it works fine. The company needing access is in Germany and I have to go back and forth each day due to time differences. Any help is desperately needed!  Current running config is attached. The mappings to port 80 for these IP's is strictly for testing and are not needed.
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I only see 1 static for
static (inside,outside) netmask

I do not see a static for a address.   You will need to add this.  ( I do see a mapping for, did you mean 52 instead?)

The access lists only shows 11159 to 1 IP and 11160 to the 2nd.    The ACL should instead look like this to allow both ports to both IPs.
access-list outsideACL extended permit tcp any host eq 11159
access-list outsideACL extended permit tcp any host eq 11159
access-list outsideACL extended permit tcp any host eq 11160
access-list outsideACL extended permit tcp any host eq 11160
I do see a mapping for, did you mean 52 instead?)

should read
I do see a mapping for, did you mean 51 instead?)
djaabramsAuthor Commented:
I'm sorry, the internal IP's are .51 and .52. The specs given to me by the company just called for port 11159 to be assigned to one machine, and 11160 assigned to the other. No clue why, just doing what they asked. I still don't understand why the ASA won't pass icmp requests through the static mapping
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Oh - I didn't know you wanted ICMP Ping.      The stuff I gate you is just TCP for those ports.  

For icmp you'll need:
access-list outside_access_in extended permit icmp any any

or for just the 2 hosts:
access-list outside_access_in extended permit icmp any host
access-list outside_access_in extended permit icmp any host
djaabramsAuthor Commented:
I have those commands in place, and still cannot ping through the firewall. Pinging on the local lan works fine, so I know that ithe machines are capable of responding to icmp echos. Is it possible that there is something wrong with the external IP addresses? We have the range of I have at least 8 devices with static mappings that I can ping and access through the firewall. I'm perplexed at this point.
Quite right on the ACL - my bad.  

Try the following :

policy-map global_policy
    class inspection_default
     inspect icmp

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djaabramsAuthor Commented:
still no luck...
Just going to add an outside perspective, as Mike has covered what I would have. By chance is the default gateway on the German piece of equipment either missing or wrong? Reason i ask is the config looks sound and you have an odd (different then i would use) inside address.

Good Luck.

djaabramsAuthor Commented:
It is possible, although they treat the equipment as "top secret" and won't let me look at the config. The did ask me for the default gateway when they first got here to work. Unfortuately they left the country this afternoon and I can no longer ping their machines locally. Incidentally, I agree about the IP scheme, but it was designed a decade ago when another vendor installed a 3COM IP phone system. I will have to abandon the question for now since I have no method of testing. Thanks all for the comments and assistance
Nice catch 3nerds...
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