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I setup the exsi in our company and I would like to setup the lab environment to allow staff to access. In the exsi ,I had install pfSense to control the traffic and the WAN actually is our internal IP address 10.0.0.253 and the LAN IP is 192.168.0.1

I would like to know, how to configure the route for our staff connected in our office network able to access access the lab machine.

I Know I can allocate one LAN IP and WAN IP(Office Network) to access virtual machine. But I want to achieve is office user 10.0.0.1 able to reach 192.168.0.1

our office is using ASA 5510 and the IP Address is 10.0.0.1
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You need a router to route between 2 networks.
ASA can do, just add new zone with new vlan and new subnet and configure switches to match.
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