I'm running a Cisco ASA5520. I could have sworn I had this set up when I installed the system and checked the right boxes in the "Wizard" in Cisco's ASDM, but data only goes from port to port if it gets nat'd and goes out Port0 (internet). The other ports are for the wired network, the wireless network, and the last I'm saving for a fileserver if we add one (its a home network).
So ... what magic is required to say, SSH from the wired network on x.x.11.0 to an IP on the wireless x.x.12.0? And will that be enough to do SMB shares? I remember that there was some issue with the smb protocol not wanting to span subnets and some voodoo was needed to get it to work??