I am try to use site to site VPN through VPN concentrator 3030 at both side. Site A has a lan Ip address 192.168.1.x/24 and my side IP address is 172.16.1.x/24. Now when source packet from 192.168.1.x subnet come to my VPN, I want to NAT it to 192.168.100.x before transfering to my LAN.IS it possible to do destination NAT at my site.
Not at your site, or at least not with the VPN concentrator (you could NAT the traffic with any internal router on your site though). If you want the VPN3000's to do the whole thing then you have to NAT it at the SiteA concentrator, this way when it gets to your site it'll already be 192.168.100.x, which is really no different than the SiteB concentrator NAT'ing it after it arrives.
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