Hi, whats happens in ASA 8.3 if you have two NATs with the same origin (i.e 192.168.1.3) and different outside (i.e 10.10.10.5 and 10.10.11.5)?. In older release of ASA it works by position in list so the first NAt is the first applied. Works in ASA 8.3 in the same way??.
With twice NAT, the order is as how it is entered in the configuration.
With network object NAT, it's static NAT takes precedence over dynamic NAT.
So from your description, I assume that you configure your policy NAT under twice NAT, so you are right. It is the same as the older version, ie: as you entered the NAT statements in the configuration.
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