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Currently in order to map a network address to a different network address for the purposes of avoid IP address conflict on the remote side of a VPN tunnel you have to create 2 NAT rules 1 for outbound and the other for inbound per IP address on the subnet. A method of doing this using a CIDR match would be much easier such as 192.168.0.0/24 == 10.8.219.0/24 where each corresponding IP matches to the other range corresponding IP and vice versa.

Suggested by: TJ Burbank Upvoted: 14 Jan Comments: 0

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