I am setting up a new ASA and I have configured it for multiple contexts. I created subinterfaces for each physical interface (including the inside and outside). All physical interfaces have been plugged into trunk ports. I have configured all with VLANs in the system context and have assigned the appropriate subinterfaces to my contexts. Each subinterface has an IP address appropriate for the network it is attached to. On one of my contexts I have setup ACLs and NAT to allow traffic from my inside network to my test network, DMZ and outside. I have configured a NAT rule for inside to outside access that PATs the IP address to a public IP address. I have set up a PC with the IP address of my inside interface on one of my contexts as the default gateway.
When I try to access my DMZ and my test network I have no issues. However when I try to access the Internet it's like nothing is getting routed out. I have set up the default route to our ISP's router (which is the same way we have the existing ASA setup). If I run through the packet tracer the ASA says that the packet is allowed out.
I've been trying to figure out what I'm missing that would prevent traffic from accessing the Internet. Can anyone help?