I need to create two NAT statements and allow RDP connectivity.
One user needs to RDP to a particular computer inside the network (.114), and another user needs to RDP to a different computer (.177). Each user will be RDP'ing from their home locations.
How can I create NAT statements to automatically re-direct, depending on source IP? Both are on their own private networks, so I'm guessing overloading is required.
User1 was already able to RDP:
access-list ACL1 extended permit tcp host USER1_EXT_IP host 192.168.201.114 object-group RDPGroup
static (Internal-201,ELI-External) tcp interface 3389 192.168.201.114 3389 netmask 255.255.255.255
Now I need to add the new user, who wants to RDP to a different IP:
access-list ACL2 extended permit tcp host USER2_EXT_IP host 192.168.201.177 object-group RDPGroup
static (Internal-201,ELI-External) tcp interface 3389 192.168.201.177 3389 netmask 255.255.255.255
Obviously, this wouldn't work, because the two NAT statements would clash. What alternatives do I have? (VPN isn't an option)