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Multiple lan-to-lan sessions through 3030 using same remote network ip

We are connection multiple customers through lan-to-lan tunnels.

How will the vpn concentrator handle overlapping remote network ip address ranges, if at all.

Eg. 2 customers both use 172.16.1.0/24 and want to

send requests from these through the tunnel. Is this possible or do we need to have not overlapping ip adresses coming through the tunnels even if the tunnels of course have different peer addresses.

My guess is it will not work. Maybe some NAT on the box or???????

Any comments and ideas greatly appreciated.

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Re: Multiple lan-to-lan sessions through 3030 using same remote

You can configure NAT for one of the remote networks, but for scalability, now might be the time to renumber one of them.

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Re: Multiple lan-to-lan sessions through 3030 using same remote

Thanks.

I don't see any NAT features in the 3030 for tunneled ip addresses.

If this is not supported we have to ask the customer to do the NAT'ing and this would prereq an relatively advanced firewall like firewall-l.

Some customers does not have this kind of equipment.

Does the 3030 have a NAT feature for tunneled addresses like eq Nortel Contivity?

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