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WAN IP point to Internal IP

I have virtual servers and I need these WAN IP's to point to the Internal IP's on a Cisco ASA

 

207.200.180.11VTS060192.168.100.100   
207.200.180.12VTS061192.168.100.101   
207.200.180.13VTS062192.168.100.102   
207.200.180.14VTS063192.168.100.103   
207.200.180.15VTS064192.168.100.104   
207.200.180.16VTS065192.168.100.105   
207.200.180.17VTS066192.168.100.106   
207.200.180.18VTS067192.168.100.107   
207.200.180.19VTS068192.168.100.108   
207.200.180.20VTS069192.168.100.109   
207.200.180.21VTS070192.168.100.110   
207.200.180.22VTS071192.168.100.111   
207.200.180.23VTS072192.168.100.112   
207.200.180.24VTS073192.168.100.113   

 

 

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Re: WAN IP point to Internal IP

Do something like (and repeat for each mapping):

 

object network VTS060
  host 192.168.100.100

object networkVTS060
  nat (inside,outside) static 207.200.180.11

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