I have a Cisco ASA 5505 on a fiber connection with 5 usable statics. The ASA is the internet router/gateway and I have an internal vlan set to the gateway address for the pack of statics. All traffic for that pack is forwarded to a single static which is assigned to the outside interface. I have 2 routers inside on that vlan that need external IPs. One for internet and one for a VPN connection. How can I pass all traffic to the internal VLAN meant for both statics so I do not have to forward ports? Internet works fine but if I want SMTP or SSL to pass through for one of the 5 pack statics I have to forward those ports on the outside interface static. If all traffic is going to that single outside static, how do I allow VPNS on both internal statics?