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Route certain ip ranges out a specific IP address

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I am configuring a new Cisco ASA 5505 with the security plus license. The customer has a block of ip's from the ISP, the subnet is  255.255.255.240. The client wants certain ranges within a certain subnet to route out using different IP's from the block. Say that 192.168.0-100 needs to be routed out IP 1.2.3.4; however, 192.168.101-200 needs to be routed out IP 1.2.3.5. The interface is setup as 1.2.3.4 255.255.255.240.
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Dynamic NAT. Define two pools and then set the ACL to translate one subnet to one pool and another subnet to the other pool.
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