Is it possible to configure a VPN Pool for use when the local subnet uses a 10.x.x.x /8 scheme? I ask because I was under the impression you had to define a unique range that was of a similar "class" as your local subnet. With a 10.x /8, you would not have such an option. I would like to avoid having to reconfigure my entire local IP scheme.
As a general practice and general recommendation you can make use of different pools either from 172.0.0 or from 192.168.0.0 but do make sure that you are creating proper access-lists permitting the enough/required access from the RAVPN to the inside local network.
Thank You very much. Lastly, then if I am to understand correctly I can in fact create a vpn pool with addresses from the 172.16.x.x range the same way I would normally do it? When you say creating the "proper access-list", is it any thing additonal over what I would normally do for RAVPN?
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