Site to Site VPN to same internal IP address scheme
We are setting up a site to site VPN tunnel with a third party but they have the same internal IP address scheme that we are currently using. We are both using a 172.16.x.x and we are initiating the connection.
Is there a way for me to double NAT our internal to a 192.168.x.x and send it down the tunnel?
Re: Site to Site VPN to same internal IP address scheme
Thanks, that looks less complicated than I thought it would be and I am assuming it would be similar on a PIX?
I guess I should of added that I was going from a PIX to a VPN Concentrator. This office already has an established site-to-site VPN tunnel to HQ that sits on the 172.16.x.x network too. So the complication is defining the interesting traffic to HQ, which is already done, and then defining interesting traffic and NATing it to a 192.168.x.x for this third party vendor.
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