I came into my job a while ago and somebody had been messing around in this ASA and they were using a different firewall for thier PAT. I want to use my ASA (shouldn't need to explain why on this forum).
As far as I can tell, traffic is clearing the access lists and being past out the interface, but the NAT isn't happening,
Here's what I mean, this was captured from the public interface showing the original source address:
I didnt spend too much time looking at this but one thing sticks out at first glance. you have a permit any any line in your nat0 ACL. This line says: " do not nat packets from any source address to any destination address". It could be overiding you nat10 statement. I would remove that line and try again.
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