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Route static routing through VPN tunnel ?! Possible ?!

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by tuannd, Jun 11, 2005.

  1. tuannd

    tuannd Network Guru Member

    I want to build Gateway to gateway IPSec tunnel between 02 office using LINKSYS RV0xx through Internet with the follow matters:

    In the primary Office there are another leased line to security network (which is in difference subnet)

    Do it possible to config (LINKSYS VPN Router) so the PCs from Remote Office able connect to this security network in the Primay Office through VPN tunnel between Primary and Remote office


    Or how to config to route all trafic from Remote Office through VPN tunnel to the Primary Office, and then from Primary Office these traffic will routing accordingly (Like using Software VPN Client to connect to VPN Server, and then all trafic from VPN client are going through this tunnel, including Internet trafice

    Please advice
    Thank you
    TuanND from AULACCO
     
  2. jalexand

    jalexand Network Guru Member

    Any Luck

    Did you have any luck figuring this out? I'm trying to do the same thing.

    Jason
     
  3. mhakman

    mhakman Network Guru Member

    You should be able to do this in the following way:

    In your RV at your Primary Office:

    1. Specify static route to your security network.
    2. Configure VPN tunnel with local subnet = security subnet and remote subnet = Remote Office subnet.

    In your RV at your Remote Office:

    1. Configure VPN tunnel with local subnet = Remote Office subnet and remote subnet = security subnet.

    I didn’t have a reason to do it with Linksys routers yet but I’m doing this using another router make.

    Mikael
     

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