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Redirecting HTTP traffic from INSIDE to OUTSIDE using ASA NATs

Redirecting HTTP traffic from INSIDE to OUTSIDE using ASA NATs

Redirecting HTTP traffic from INSIDE to OUTSIDE using ASA NATs

I'm not sure if this is possible since my NAT skillz don't encompass this complexity. Is it possible, on an ASA 5525x, to redirect an internal subnet's HTTP traffic from PublicSite1 to PublicSite2 using a NAT? I believe I can do it for everyone by reversing a NAT in the ASDM wizard but I have no idea how to redirect for a certain internal subnet. An obvious and easy answer is to modify the HOSTS file on the machines in the subnet, but that may not be an option.

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