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Juniper ssg5 1to1 NAT over VPN

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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 10.1.1.115 1to1 NAT to Printer IP on remote side of 192.168.100.115.
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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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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