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Same vpn pool range and nat for range of ip

Hi,

I wanted to use 10.160.38.8/24 as internal network.

Now out of these I have to allow 10.160.38.50-100 as vpn pool range.

Questions:-

1.Is this achievable?

2.Will it cause my vpn traffic while on remote vpn to die or unable to access the applications?I think yes.

3.Now other question is that while pat through global interface instead of nat(inside) 1 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 can I use a range of IP from 10.160.38.8-45?

4.While on nat examption or Split Tunnel will there be overlap?Will it work or not?

Reg,

Sushil

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Re: Same vpn pool range and nat for range of ip

I would suggest that you configure a different unique subnet for your ip pool, and configure the NAT exemption and split tunnel accordingly. The vpn ip pool being in the same subnet as the internal network would cause issue as they try to arp as they are in the same subnet, while the vpn is terminated on the outside interface.

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