Cisco Router running in bridged mode and acting as VPN endpoint

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Sep 1st, 2009
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I have a router (router2 in the picture) that is configured to run in Bridged mode. All traffic from the client computers would need to go through router2 before hitting router1. I would like to configure router2 to function as a VPN endpoint for a site to site VPN.


How would I do that?



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tachyon05 Thu, 09/03/2009 - 07:29
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Because we don't control Router1, and therefore, I cannot config firewall, access list, or VPN endpoint on Router1.


Also, putting the Router2 (this one I can manage) in bridged mode allows me to drop in this router without the need to change IP addresses on client computers.

andrew.prince@m... Thu, 09/03/2009 - 07:32
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Well I would suggest that you do not run in bridged mode. Run router 2 in router mode, and configure router 2 with a DHCP IP pool on it.


In bridged mode you have NO control over tcp/ip traffic - you may aswell just install a hub.

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