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i wants to implement vpn with same subnet ips is it possable

hi

i wants to communicate to sites via vpn .i use 7200 series bras but the problem is the router routes different network ID's and my client insist to communicate the 2 sites with the same class and same subnet ips

example: site 1 ip address is 192.168.0.2/24

site 2 ip address is 192.168.0.3/24

as we know router routes only different networks. is there any possability that i can communicate these 2 sites with these 2 same subnet ip's

plz tells me.

thankx

fareed

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Re: i wants to implement vpn with same subnet ips is it possable

Not without bridging or double-NATing.

You might be able to move him to a Class B and do some tricks with the subnet mask and VLSM, but that'd still be different subnets.

You might be able to do something with IRB ... whatever way you go, split sites on one network block is an ugly thing.

Good Luck

Scott

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Re: i wants to implement vpn with same subnet ips is it possable

Hi

another possibility is to use NAT in order to translate one network side.

bye

New Member

Re: i wants to implement vpn with same subnet ips is it possable

hi,

first of all thankx 4 ur keen interst but actully the problem is my client not wants to implement Natting of Ip's .actully he doesn't intersted in any ip except those i already mensioned.

he dont wants any new ip in their vpn which is later on Natted.

i hpoe u will tellme any other solution too.

bye 4 now

fareed

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