NAT peer network on ASA

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Oct 13th, 2007

We have a requirement to NAT every site-to-site VPN host into a specific range of IPs. For example, A remote host is 10.1.1.200, we need to NAT this on our ASA to 172.24.202.1 through to the destination network.. This needs to be a 1-to-1 static nat for inbound and outbound communication to our network. Does this only require a static (inside,outside) along with static (outside,inside) or is there more that is needed? Any help is greatly appreciated.

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JORGE RODRIGUEZ Sun, 10/14/2007 - 11:02

Rob, if other side of tunnel expect 10.1.1.200 to be seen as 172.24.202.1 as far as I know it only requires one to one static nat ranslations, then the regular site-to-site vpn usual crypto configuratios and access-list.

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