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VPN L2L Source NAT- Design.

Hi All,

Faily new to configuring VPN and I have been asked to put a design together, so calling all those security gurus.

To give a 10,000 foot view to the issue Ive have been handed.

We have had a merger between us (Company A) and another company (Company B).

In Company A we are utilising Class A addressing. The company which we have merged with (Company B) have an address range of and

Obviously we have conflicts here, so I have been looking at VPN solution with source NAT at either end but I have been scratching my head as to what the best design would look like.

I have been informed that 2 way communication would be preferred

Does anyone have any ideas on a design which could be utilised in this situation?

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks again.

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Re: VPN L2L Source NAT- Design.

Quick question out of the 10/8 are you using all of the 16 million addresses??. If not - you need to work out how many subnets you are using, you know how many they are using ... 1 /9 and 1/11 looks like the other company implemented a planned ip subnet design.

Then I think the easiest thing you should do is nat on a summary boundary.


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