Help with bridging private network over another private network
I have a direct link through fibre to a regulator's office from my HQ. We connect to this regulator's local secured network via a VPN tunnel. I also have 3 desktops that have access to this network all through a dedicated switch. One of the units that uses one of this desktop has moved from the HQ to another branch office.
The problem is that everytime they need to make a transaction, they have to come down to the HQ to use the desktop. We have a direct dat fibre connection between the HQ and the branches. Our service provider put us all on the same VLAN, hence the branches communicate seamlessly with each other.
I was hoping there was some kind of way to bridge the regulator's network from my HQ across to the branch office so as to allow the movement of this desktop system to the branch office.
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