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Private to Private NAT on ipsec VPN ASA 5510

My company has a client that requires us to have a site to site VPN. They are requireing us to NAT our subnets to another private address or private subnet.

My question is how to accomplish this on an ASA 5510 using the ASDM. We should be able to intiate traffic from both sides,(i.e which will work PAT or NAT, dynamic NAT)?

Specifally I'm not sure if I should use a single private IP address or a subnet to NAT to.

The subnets that I'm using at my site are 192.168.35.0/24 and 192.168.75.0/24 for our Cisco client to access remotely.

Also, I have about 10 other iPSEC site to site VPN's already running.

Time is the essence as this has a "by the end of the week" deadline.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

L. Mace

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Re: Private to Private NAT on ipsec VPN ASA 5510

Also, I forgot to mention I'm using version 8.0.(4) of the os and the 6.x ASDM.

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Re: Private to Private NAT on ipsec VPN ASA 5510

I have the same problem. 14 of the 30 tunnels I need to setup face the sames issue. The documents I've seen seem misleading...anyone have a good config example?

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