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RV180 VPN site 2 multisite

I'm dessigning a network and this is my scenario:

5 - Remote sites (no static IP there)

3 - Remote users (comercial)

1 - Central building (using static ip address)

Is it possible to establish a permanent vpn tunnel between each one of my remote sites to the main building, even if I have no static IP address in the remote sites?

Do you think that RV180 is the best choice to mannage vpn connection between remote sites and the central building securely and faster?

Regards,

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RV180 VPN site 2 multisite

Hello Jose,

Thank you for posting. It is possible to establish a permanent tunnel between the sites without a static IP address. Use one of the following Dynamic DNS services to create a URL associated to the router and then establish the tunnel to the URL instead of the IP:

DynDNS.com

TZO.com

3322.org

Based on the specs and my limited exposure to the RV180 I do think that it is a good choice for your needs.

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RV180 VPN site 2 multisite

Based on my actual experience with an RV180, it is not doable.  I have the same need, and let go of a rock solid Zywall 2 plus because it would only handle 5 tunnels.  So far the RV180 will only really keep up three tunnels.  Maybe need newer firmware.  Thanks!!!

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