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how to nat a pool of IP's on Cisco 3600

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I have 2 networks: A - 192.168.16.0/24 & B - 192.168.12.0/24
the 2 networks are connected by Frame-Relay & but only A access B
accessing B from A require a 2nd IP on the 192.168.12.x network which is x.x.x.176/26
I can ping from 192.168.16.x to x.x.x.177 - that PC is connected to a 3rd network with VPN.
the 3rd with real IP's that can only be accessed over the VPN (C - 170.110.x.x/16 ).
I need to access network from A to C (ping is ok).
using: ip nat outside static x.x.x.176 170.110.110.10 I could ping 170.110.110.10
I need the same solution but to access all the C IP's from A
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I found a solution using ip nat outside source static for one critical IP.
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