I'm in a situation where I need the following:
1. I need the IP address for a remote system to appear to me as an address range I assign (doing it today, no problems). This allows me to connect to multiple overlapping address ranges (i.e. 5 customers, each with 192.168.1.0/24 networks)
2. At the same time, I need for the remote system to see my IP Address as part of its local subnet. The goal here is to remove the need to place routes on the remote system in order to get back to my subnet.
I don't think it's possible to make these two solutions work at the same time, but wanted to ask.