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Static Route or VPN forward SA520

Hello, I' have a problem using different carriers, one is a point to point connection (local 192.168.100.0, remote 10.90.1.0) and I made a VPN connection with 192.168.0.0

the VPN is made between SA520 at central and RVS4000 at remote

The issue is thar i need to reach 10.90.1.0 from 192.168.0.0.

The internal gateway for the point to point link is 192.168.100.56

please help!

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New Member

Re: Static Route or VPN forward SA520

Hi,

I need more info to help you out.

Were you able to establish site-to-site VPN connection with remote device?

Can you send me the config you used on SA520 and RVS?

Can you give me more info on the setup, so that I can check it out myself ?

Thanks,

Biraja

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Re: Static Route or VPN forward SA520

Hello, this is the diagram, plase note that de VPN tunnels work ok

New Member

Re: Static Route or VPN forward SA520

Thanks for the diagram.

I'm currently trying out your scenario in my lab.

will get back to you shortly with solution.

Thanks,

Biraja

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Re: Static Route or VPN forward SA520

Thanks a lot!

New Member

Re: Static Route or VPN forward SA520

Hi,

The scenario you have mentioned in the diagram will not work.

You could connect hosts in the LAN 192.168.101.X with the hosts in 192.168.100.X, and

the hosts in 192.168.1.X with the hosts in 192.168.100.X.

If you want to connect 192.168.101.X or 192.168.100.X with 10.90.1.X, you need to have VPN between router with 192.168.100.96 IP and the RVS4000's.

This is true with any VPN supported device.

Thanks and Regards,

Biraja

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Re: Static Route or VPN forward SA520

Hello!, Well, the 192.168.100.x segment can Access to 10.90.1.x through the 192.168.100.96 because there are at the same net I guess.

But, to connect the 101 and 1 segments only making a VPN between RSV4000 and Cisco 1800 router? (is the 192.168.100.96 device) there is no way to add other subnet to the SA520 and another static route?

Now the problem is: I have no access to the Cisco 1800 and I'm not sure if it has the VPN module.

Please confirm that VPN is the only way... (I will have a heart attack!)

Regards

Einhar

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Re: Static Route or VPN forward SA520

Hi Einhar,

Dorry, it's a typo. I meant to say "192.168.1.X with 10.90.1.X".

As per my knowledge, in your scenario, VPN between 192.168.100.96 router and RVS4000 will make 10.x.x.x connect to the LAN's behing RVS4000.

One solution is to create a VLAN on SA500 with the 10.90.1.X and have one more VPN connection to RVS4000.

Regards,

Biraja

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