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VPN IP Addresses and NAT..... 7 years 10 months ago #29062

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Hello all.

I am working on my remote access VPN set up and am about ready to try a couple of new users with it. But have a few questions before doing this.

I have an IP Pool set up on the ASA 5505 for the VPN Clients. Its 192.168.5.95-115. I am "blocking off" this same range on our internal network (192.168.16.0/24). I currently have a Static NAT configured for .95 for my testing.

Is there a way to do all of these in one fail swoop or do I need to do each one individually? Since I only have a small number copying and pasting won't be bad, but if I can do them in one statement that would be nice.

TIA.

Tim
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Re: VPN IP Addresses and NAT..... 7 years 10 months ago #29083

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Whats the static nat for ?
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Re: VPN IP Addresses and NAT..... 7 years 10 months ago #29090

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I set up a specific nat for my VPN connection so that I can allow myself to certain things that "normal" users wouldn't or shouldn't be able to get to.

I am still trying to get a grasp on the NAT and Security Policies (Rules) as the way/person that I "learned" previously from I am not so sure it was correct. The last place I worked, our "Cisco Guy" was good but I don't think he really knew the right way or the Cisco way of doing things.

I will probably have a couple new posts today to try and get some help in getting my head around this stuff. I have most of it working but still have some issues....
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