ASA 8.4. (1) Nat ignored rules

Hi all!

I'm having some problems with NAT, the packet does not match the nat rule (which I believe it should be) and is not choose the right output interface. So card crypto never started

This is the relevant config:

Interface Port - channel2.4

Description Public TESA ADSL internet connection

VLAN 7

nameif PublicTESA

security-level 5

address IP PUBLIC_IP1 255.255.255.128

Interface Port - channel2.1

BT internet connection, used for (VPN) platforms description

VLAN 4

nameif PublicBT

security-level 5

address IP PUBLIC_IP2 255.255.255.252

Interface Port - channel1.1

Description user VLAN

VLAN 100

nameif users

security-level 70

IP 172.16.30.10 255.255.255.0

network of the net users object

172.16.30.0 subnet 255.255.255.0

NET description users

object EXTERNAL_COMPANY_NAME-remote control-net-1 network

Home 172.21.250.206

Tunel l2l net remote 1 description

object EXTERNAL_COMPANY_NAME-remote control-net-2 network

172.21.248.0 subnet 255.255.255.0

Tunel l2l description remote control 2 net

object-group network EXTERNAL_COMPANY_NAME-Local-networking-group

LANs Description L2L EXTERNAL_COMPANY_NAME

users-net network object

object-group network EXTERNAL_COMPANY_NAME-remote control-nets-group

remote networks Description L2L EXTERNAL_COMPANY_NAME

network-object POLCIA-remote control-net-1

network-object POLICIA-remote control-net-2

destination of EXTERNAL_COMPANY_NAME-Local-networks-EXTERNAL_COMPANY_NAME Local-networking-group static NAT (PublicBT everything) static source EXTERNAL_COMPANY_NAME-remote control-nets-group EXTERNAL_COMPANY_NAME-remote control-nets-group

NAT (all, PublicTESA) dynamic source any description of the Nat interface to the internet at the PublicTESA interface

RESULT:

If I send a package from User Interface using 172.16.30.41 to 172.21.250.206, he was sent to PubicTESA do NAT with

PUBLIC_IP1

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