NAT entire network

Local network = 172.20.1.0/24
Needs to NAT to = 192.168.76.0\24
Example 172.20.1.15 needs to be nat'd to 192.168.76.15.

I'm just curious what config file I need to use in Shorewall to accomplish this and how it would look.  Thanks in advance for your help.
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larsgaCommented:
Might the following be of help?
http://www.shorewall.net/NAT.htm

That article is a bit old, but if current shorewall behaves the same, it would be something like:

/etc/shorewall/nat

#EXTERNAL       INTERFACE         INTERNAL      ALL INTERFACES     LOCAL
192.168.17.1     eth0                172.20.1.1          no                    no
192.168.17.2     eth0                172.20.1.2          no                    no
192.168.17.3     eth0                172.20.1.3          no                    no

Repeat for all addresses needing 1:1 nat.
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MainStaySolutionsAuthor Commented:
I was trying to sway away from nat'ing  individual addresses, and did find a fix for it.  I put this in my /etc/shorewall/masq file and it seems to have worked, but I still have some testing to do.  Thanks for your response.

#INTERFACE              SUBNET          ADDRESS         PROTO   PORT(S) IPSEC
eth4    eth1
eth2:!192.168.76.0/24   eth1
#LAST LINE -- ADD YOUR ENTRIES ABOVE THIS LINE -- DO NOT REMOVE
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MainStaySolutionsAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your quick response.
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