if i have a static NAT setup for a subnet... for instance "static (inside,outside) 10.224.100.0 10.224.100.0 netmask 255.255.255.0" so that these clients NAT to themselves and are accessible from the outside, how can I add a policy dynamic NAT so that....
If 10.224.100.0/24 accesses 10.1.1.1/32 then port overload to 10.1.94.1/32 ???
I dont think i can do this as in the NAT process, static nat comes before policy NAT.
Am I right?
If so, is there any other way that I can achieve what I want? I do not know why we are NATing this range to itself as it was not setup by me... I am not in a position to completely remove the static NAT as I do not know what access this could break.
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