Object vs Object-Groups in NAT
On the ASA, why would you use object-groups instead of objects when configuring policy NAT.
Example. If I create a nat rule that maps to the object, the NAT source type shows in ASDM as Dynamic PAT (Hide), but a NAT rule with the object group shows source as "Dynamic". Why would they be different? They are both mapping to a single host address. I know I'm missing something really fundamental here
object network INSIDE_MAPPED_FIRST
object-group network INSIDE_MAPPED_SECOND
network-object host 126.96.36.199