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Juniper ssg5 1to1 NAT over VPN

Here is what I have, I received a request to do a 1to1 NAT from one location across our VPN tunnel to our remote site. Basically they want to have a local IP on the host side of the tunnel to nat to a network printer at the remote site over the VPN tunnel.

so i.e. Host side IP 1to1 NAT to Printer IP on remote side of
on the host side we have a Juniper ssg140 on the remote side we have a juniper ssg5 with a routed VPN tunnel connecting the two sites.

Any insight on how to accomplish this with these Junipers would be great thanks.
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SchmittieAuthor Commented:
After doing a little more research and stumbling upon some KB articles from Juniper I found I can use the MIP feature under the interface list to do the Mapping of those addresses across the tunnel.
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