Translate Single Global IP Address to Multiple Local IP Addresses
Is it possible to translate a single global address into multiple local IP based on the source IP address.
Basically, if company x.x.x.x connects to a web server with an external address of Z.Z.Z.Z the ASA NATs it to the internal address of w.w.w.1. Whereas, if company y.y.y.y connects to that same external address of Z.Z.Z.Z they are NATed to w.w.w.2, and anyone else is NATed to w.w.w.3?
Is this possible. I was hoping it would work with Policy NAT, but it does not work correctly.
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