I'm looking at routers like the RV320. Dual WAN is not required.
Current configuration is with RV042 routers like this:
<remote site subnet> LAN-RV042-WAN <P2P Link> LAN-RV042-WAN<main site subnet> Internet Gateway.
Note that the main site RV042 has the WAN port connected to the "inside" / pointing toward the Internet Gateway.
It appears that it MUST be this way to support internet traffic at the remote subnet.
But, the RV042 will only support VPN outside connections on the WAN ports.
Now I want to implement VPN tunnels on the P2P Link.
Since I can't reverse the ports on the main site RV042, it appears that I need to find another router.
The new router must allow a site-to-site VPN termination on one port (used for the P2P connection) and allow a default route on another port (used on the main site subnet LAN and going to the Internet Gateway).
Will the RV320 or similar router allow this? Which ones?
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