I have a simple question.
Can I NAT in the ASA to an address that does not belong to the ASA itself?
In other words...
I have used NAT many times to translate the inside LANs to an address of the outside range of the ASA (but when the IP address assigned to the OUTSIDE interface belongs to this range)...
In this case, I need to translate the inside LAN to a public IP address, but both the inside & outside of the ASA are private IP addresses.
I cannot NAT on the directly connected device to the internet, so I was wondering if I can NAT on the ASA (eventhough the public IP address does not belong to the ASA), and create a route to point to the ASA....
Does it make sense?
Can somebody help me please?