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vpn between two client with the same subnet

Hi,

I must mount a vpn between two client. The two Client has the same subnet (10.0.1.0/24). So i must find a solution to know what vpn my packet must take (I hope that is clear :) . I tried this :

each client as a virtual ip (for exemple 20.0.1.0 and 30.0.1.0) so client must nat when is used the vpn (i try with static or nat/global command). But if the client access the internet, they must nat with the public ip. I don't know how realize this.

If someone have an idea... :)

Thx in advance

Kenshin

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Re: vpn between two client with the same subnet

In order to achieve this, if you are using a VPN concentrator you can configure Split tunneling, which will enable you to use different IP's for internet browsing and VPN.

You can use a combination of access list and NATcommands if you are using a PIX.

Here's a sample document:

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/471/vpn35-split.html

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Re: vpn between two client with the same subnet

Thx you for your answer. I forget to say, in my post, i use pix. And with the pix i had try different combination of nat and ACL but it 's not work properly.

Kenshin

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