ASA5505 suddenly denies inbound connections to inside

Yesterday, my asa suddenly stopped allowing inbound connections from the internet to any of the ports configured in the access list.  No changes were made.  we have a global pool and none of them are translating. I can ping the ASA's outside interface, but none that are configured in the global pool
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TreyCarrIT DirectorAsked:
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arnoldCommented:
You seem to have had external access enabled to your Asa via http.

One option to see whether the issue is on the Asa or possibly on your provider or an upstream device.
Use sysopt same-security, permit intra-interface  to allow internal devices to access the web behind the Asa ( as a test)

What is the upstream for the Asa, might anyone made changes to its configuration?

At this time your internal systems have no issues accessing internet resources according to your question.

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naderzCommented:
Do you have IPS configured on the ASA?
TreyCarrIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
It was the upstream device.  It was hosed and upon our original call to the ISP, they didnt see anything wrong with it.  I swapped out the ASA with another and the problem persisted. That lead me to believe that the Global pool of IPs were not being assigned to the ASA. I tested this by reviewing the logs while trying to access any of the global pool ips.  Nothing in the log. Then contacted the ISP and was put on the phone with someone who knew what they were doing and they rewrote the config on their upstream device.  All is good. I am awarding you the points as you answer helped to get me to where I am, "Up and running".

Thank you
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