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Routing between two VPN Tunnels in Cisco RV042G WAN VPN Router

Hi,

We are planning to move some services in cloud. Due to our supplier already has a VPN connection with that cloud service provider, its not possible to have another VPN with them (cloud SP limitations). For this reason, we are planning to have a intermediate device, that will act as a bridge between the two VPNS. 

So our device will be sitting in the middle, terminate two VPN (cloud--us and us-supplier), and route traffic through two tunnels. 

Is it technically possible to achieve this scenario? we are planning this device Cisco RV042G Dual Gigabit WAN VPN Router. Will ASA 5520 be a better solution for this? or any other suggestion?

Thanks in advance

Ahmed

 

 

 

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rv042g will do 2 vpns, but

rv042g will do 2 vpns, but wiil not route traffic from one to the other.

The ipsec SAs will not have the interesting traffic from the other tunnel.

You are correct the ASA might be a better solution, or get your supplier a 2nd vpn connection to the cloud.

 

You might be able to make this work with a client vpn, or

a summarized address spanning both sites might work, but that would not be supported on the rv042g

 

Dan

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Also, you’ll want to be sure

Also, you’ll want to be sure to secure your VPN authentication beyond just a password using a shared secret between your VPN client and the server. There is a 3rd party integration that will do that.

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