With a setup similar to the diagram - If I have multiple NATs configured on each device, using multiple IPs. When traffic comes in from the ISP looking for say 18.104.22.168 /24 I'm guessing the Firewall Outside Interface is aware of this IP being used in its config and replies back with it's Interface address?
Because the IP being sought is not the actual physical interface address, I'm curious as to how the ASA or any other device lets the traffic know - "I have that translation in my config"
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