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routing a URL through another location

Hey guys,

So my company has decided to get into a contract with a company that requires us to register the Outside IP address of whatever location connects to it. The easiest thing to do is to route that traffic through our headends (we have L2L vpn tunnels) does anyone have an easy solution for this?

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Re: routing a URL through another location

rockburn

what do you mean by "register the IP with location" ? Are you registering the outside IP's per location (seperate IP address"? You title says routing URL through location. So does this mean your adding DNS records for the IP address? Please be more specific. thanks

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Re: routing a URL through another location

The company we're partnering up with requires the outside IP of every location. So it would be easier simply to send the traffic to that site through our headends in order to show the partner company one IP address. They don't have a DNS solution for us so I'm stuck with something like this.

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Re: routing a URL through another location

Ok, So you guys are partnering with this company and they have remote locations with External IP address. You are looking for a solution to connect Your company to there locations?

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