We will preface this by stating that I am a total Cisco noob. I know that there are reams of documentation out there, but unfortunately I don't have the time at this point to go through it all, so I am hoping someone can give me some assistance.
I need to install a new ASA 5505 in an office that currently has NO firewall protection. It has a cable modem with a static IP address assignment (we actually have a block of 8).
I went through the initial startup and configuration wizard with the ASA, and couldn't get it to pass traffic through to the internet... well, that may NOT be true (I am a noob in the worst way), but at any rate I cannot get a pc attached to the inside vlan to resolve a web page.
To try to troubleshoot, I took the patch cable connecting the cable modem to the ASA's port 0 (outside vlan) and attached it directly to my pc. I then configured the nic on the pc with the static assigned IP, subnet, and gateway information provided by my cable ISP... the pc worked perfectly, and I was able to resolve web pages.
However, no matter what I try, I can't seem to make the ASA ping out, much less allow a machine on it's inside network to access the internet.
I have attached the configuration... can someone please take a look and tell me if you can spot the error?