I am trying to configure a VPN 3000 to connect with a VPN 3001. My problem lies in that I would like to connect the two in Network extension mode and use the same subnet on each private interface. I am wondering if this can be done. I would have 172.30.0.0 on the 3000 and 172.30.20.0 on the 3002 with both having a 255.255.0.0 subnet. I currently have isdn routed 255.0.0.0 addressing at the remote site, but would like to get rid of the additional gateway and put all the machines on the local network. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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