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Site-to-Site VPN using two different source IP addresses on the same router

We have a router which is configured with few site-to-site VPN tunnels.

Recently we have got new IP block and wish to use it for the tunnel establishment.

Is it possible to achieve this on the same router. That is, can I use two different IP addresses on the same router to establish the tunnel.

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Re: Site-to-Site VPN using two different source IP addresses on

Hi,

Yes, this is very much possible. While configuring the VPN you need to specify the interface to which the tunnel belong to and the peer ip address. You have to select the respective interface for the IPSEC traffic to flow.

Regards,

SH.

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Re: Site-to-Site VPN using two different source IP addresses on

How do I specify that?

Please note that I am creating a IPSec Tunnel with a crypto map applied on the outgoing interface.

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Re: Site-to-Site VPN using two different source IP addresses on

Hi,

In your case the outgoing interface will the interface on which the second ISP link was terminated.

SH.

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Re: Site-to-Site VPN using two different source IP addresses on

The tunnel is not being established from the same router as the one where the ISP link is terminated.

That router is different than the VPN router. There is only one interface which interacts with the Internet router.

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