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Access from remote-VPN through ASA 5510 to s2s-VPN with NAT

Good morning,

I have the following Problem:

Remote-Users, who are connectet to our ASA 5510 via cisco-client, should be able to access a Server over a s2s-tunnel to another asa.

The remote-users are in the network 172.16.10.0/24 and can access our local lan 192.168.0.0/19 without problems.

the network at the s2s-Partner is 10.10.10.0/25.

The problem here is, that they only route 192.168.24.0/24 for us. (yes, one piece from our local network).

what we are doing for internal users is to pat the outgoing connections through this tunnel to 192.168.24.254.

The Problem is, that I do not know where to nat the network from the remote-users from 172.16.10.0 to an address in the 192.168.24.0-Segment to access the Servers via the l2l-tunnel or if it is even possible to get from one vpn to another with natting in between.

We do not nat the remote-addresses to access the local network.

Any Ideas?

Thanks in advance, Karsten

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Re: Access from remote-VPN through ASA 5510 to s2s-VPN with NAT

Uhm, yeah... Life can be so easy, if you nat at the correct Interface.

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