The ASA version of PIX ‘alias’ command

I finally figured out, albeit late, on how to do the old "PIX" 'alias' command on a Cisco ASA. For those that remembered, the 'ALIAS' command would basically do a DNS rewrite.  If you have a webserver on your DMZ with a static ip on an outside address, your internal users wouldn't be able to access it.  DNS would return your outside IP, but because the address is on the outside interface, your users are coming in on an inside interface, and it wouldn't access it. So, you would use the 'alias' command to basically tell the PIX to "rewrite" the DNS response address to the DMZ add...
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