I am trying to understand if this is possible in any way as this is one of my upcoming project requirement.
I need to have two nat rules for a connection. Say i would NAT source in one nat rule and would nat destination in other one.
Thanks for you reply, But i still dont understand how the logic works. As per the working of the firewall, if any rule matches it would generally not go to any other rule below.
I assume this case with ACL being applied only at in direction of the each interface but not for out.
Yes, it's possible. If you're using the newer ASA code (8.3+), you can use 'any' keyword for your NAT ingress or egress interface.
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