We have a VPN setup for each of our three branches. I understand that each router should be on a different subnet to the router that it's connecting to, but do the routers need to be on a different subnet to each other?
As an example:
Main Practice: 1.0/24 Branch one: 2.0/24 Branch two: 3.0/24 ...etc
This works perfectly and all tunnels are open simultaneously and one subnet can ping another.
I am looking into changing our IP structure (as per another of my questions on SF), and wondered if I could simplify adding VPN tunnels for new users by allowing them to keep their home network on whatever subnet its already set and simply setting up the tunnel.
The desired result would be:
Main Practice: 10.1.1.0/24 Branch one: 192.168.1.0/24 Branch two: 192.168.1.0/24 ...etc.
The branches are on a different subnet to the main practice, so would this work?