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Cisco ASA VPN+NAT

Cisco ASA VPN+NAT

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Hello Guys:

I am trying to do a VPN + NAT on my ASA 5545x 9.6 device, this is my scenario:


Interfaces:
-outside
-VLAN43 (my VPN pool) 10.43.0.0 / 255.255.248.0
-VLAN200 (my DMZ VLAN) 10.20.2.0 / 255.255.255.0

Security-Level:
-outside (0)
-VLAN43 (10)
-VLAN200 (100)


I have an https server hosted in the VLAN200 with IP 10.20.2.100.
I want for my outside users to be able to login to the VPN (configured inside the same ASA w/dhcp pool 10.43.0.1 - 7.255 ipsec clients) and point the Internet Browser to the address https://10.43.0.90 and being able to access the host 10.20.2.100 (nat from 10.43.0.90 to 10.20.2.100 https).
VPN config is all set up and working, but I am not able to create the nat config rule to work on the inside of the VPN.

Any suggestions?

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