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Cisco ASA nat

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Hey everyone, have a quick question ( i hope!)

We have a client who is VPNing to a hospital for access to a pc via RDP. Basically the doctor will be able to use a computer in the OR and connect back to his practice. No software can be installed on that computer so thats why we are going with vpn-rdp route. Anyway, here is the issue, i'll just copy & paste the email less typing for me!! :P

We have a problem. The computer on our end is 172.17.115.61/24. We super-net the entire 172.17.0.0 network throughout the hospital. If your local network is 172.17.0.0 you will have to NAT the workstation and let me know the NATd address to build the tunnel to

The one station we plan on RDPing to is 172.17.0.175 (on our side). How would I go about natting that computer for this to work?
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