I had posted previously under.
ASA Config Needs some Help...
It was recommended to create a new subnet for these that was different then our inside LAN. I used 192.168.5.x with the pool starting at 95. I then created a nat rule that takes 192.168.5.95 and converts it internally to 192.168.16.95 so that it is on our internal LAN scheme.
I don't want to have to write specific rules for my General users as most of them will need the same stuff. As Admin I will have some specific things that they won't naturally. Guess I am not sure on how to control this NAT and make sure that I don't end up with duplicate INSIDE IP's. Any best practices here?
I don't want to have to rework the internal network right now or worry if we add another remote user in the future and have to create new rules and things.
Hope I am clear in what I am looking for. TIA.