I've started working with our Cisco ASA recently but I'm very new to this system so I need some help in setting up a rule. I have an internal user that need to be able to connect directly with website, let's say (666.666.666.666). I want to add a route to that users PC, "route add 666.666.666.666 mask 255.255.255.255 192.168.1.3", and have that user pass-through our ASA which is 192.168.1.3. Now on the ASA, where exactly would I create this rule, under Access rules or NAT rules? And what would I have to put, an incoming and outgoing rule like userPC to 666.666.666.666 and 666.666.666.666 to userPC?
PS. I am aware that 666.666.666.666 is not a valid address, I just don't want to make a mistake and put a real address.