To route over the WAN, you will need to have IPSEC and VPN Policies configured. You can have the configuration work by connecting to the different IP addresses of the system. It is required for the routing to work over the WAN, but not hard to configure.
The routing will not be done through RIP. The routing will be handled via the IPSEC and VPN policies. When you configure the policies, you give source and destination networks. It will not use RIP to learn the routing.
No, the VPN policies do not handle that. They only will handle the traffic from one SA500 to the other SA500. Internally, the VLAN's are routed to each just by adding the VLAN to the router. If you have something else, that is not directly connected to the router, you could add a static route or use RIP to discover another subnet.
Hi every one!!!When you are configuring a remote VPN connection, there
are some steps that are lost on the path. Here you can see those steps.
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