Two VPN's, Same remote subnet

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by bujiwam, Apr 17, 2009.

  1. bujiwam

    bujiwam Guest

    Hello All,

    Is there any way to set up two VPN tunnels, with different remote endpoint IPs, but the same remote subnet or IP range.
    I am trying to set up VPN failover for two RV082's and I get stuck while configuring the second VPN with an error saying there is a conflict with the first VPN's remote subnet.
    Perhaps I am going about setting up VPN failover all wrong?

    Thank you for any help!
  2. Sfor

    Sfor Network Guru Member

    Well. Certainly, there was a way to do it on RV042.

    The trick was to:
    - create a VPN tunnel for one WAN port, then disable it.
    - create another VPN tunnel for the other WAN port
    - enable the first tunnel

    The problem is, the idea was to get two tunnels with the same remote endpoint IP and remote IP ranges in a Smart Link Backup mode. Still, it shows how to evade the tunnel parameters check while creating tunnels with shared IP ranges.
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