My current connection with leased-line vpn is from ISP 1:
my HQ ip is start with 10.252.0.1/24 and 0.1 is the gateway router provided by isp then 10.252.1.2, 10.252.3.1 and so on are our remote branch. they're both interconnected that configured already by the ISP. all these ip addressing are interconnected with each other.
Now the 2nd ISP start with 184.108.40.206 which our headquarters IP and 0.1 is their router gateway then 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168 are also from our remote branch which the isp1 cant provide the services of the said area.
my question is, if i used the IP of ISP 1 which is 10.252.0.2, how I can establish a link through ISP 2? in which it is in a different subnet..
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