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simple subnetting, regarding vpn

i am using 2 cisco rv180 to build up a ipsec tunnel. thats working. but i cant get any packets trough the tunnel. first i was using: local: 10.0.0.X 255.0.0.0 remote 10.0.1.x 255.0.0.0 but 0 ...
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Connecting to a remote server through a VPN when the local network subnet address conflicts with a remote network

This is a Canonical Question about solving IPv4 subnet conflicts between a VPN client's local network and one across the VPN link from it. After connecting to a remote location via OpenVPN, ...
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How to integrate a separate sub-network within a customer's existing LAN? [closed]

I work for a machine builder, and our system has it's own ethernet network (192.168.1.x) with a switch and a dozen devices, most of which have firmly established static IP addresses. For our next job ...
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VPN with overlapping subnets?

We have a number of site to site VPN tunnels which each have a their own consecutive subnet, for example: Branch 1 - 192.168.1.0/24 Branch 2 - 192.168.2.0/24 Branch 3 - 192.168.3.0/24 Branch 4 - ...
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MAC OS X Server Lion - how to join two subnets?

I've got two routers connected to two different providers. I also have Mac OS X Lion server connected to both of them, so it looks like this: [INTERNET] [INTERNET] | ...
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VPNs and subnets

I have built my own router on a machine with 2 NICs, running Debian. The machine sees my public IP address on one side, and the internal network (192.168.42.0/24) on the other. I am trying to set up ...
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1answer
655 views

Network discovery across VPN and local subnets

This question is about interaction between VPN clients and local machines. I have a simple network on the subnet 10.0.200.0/24.  The router supports VPN.  The router forces the VPN IP pool to be on a ...
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415 views

VPN into multiple LAN Subnets

I need to figure out a way to allow access to two LAN subnets on a SonicWall NSA 220 through the built-in SonicWall GlobalVPN server. I've Googled and tried everything I can think of, but nothing has ...
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1answer
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Same network subnet across T1 or T3 leased lines?

Suppose I have a bunch of facilities, each with a /16 network under the 10.0.0.0/8 private address range. For example, my head office is 10.0.0.0/16, and we have two branches 10.1.0.0/16 and ...
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Can i change the subnet on the vpn side of a server without having to change its whole lan (to avoid collission)

Ohai, [edit: seems i wasnt clear enough, so i have rewritten parts] I have one computer (A) running xp ready to recieve vpn connections on a local network (connected to the internet) in the ...
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RRAS with DHCP when the IP pool is on a different subnet

I run a small business network and the last couple of days I have been setting up some equipment to add VPN capabilities to our network. I've got the following set up: Windows 2008 R2 with RRAS - ...
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VPN tunnel, different subnet for all users?

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 ...
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818 views

Linux route to different subnet

Bit confused over how to handle a likely simple routing issue. I VPN into my Cisco ASA on 10.1.x.x subnet. Now, I would like to not only interact with private 10.1.x.x, but also with dmz on ...
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1answer
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RRAS VPN Issues - Windows Server 2008 R2

I'm trying to setup a VPN on a new Windows Server 2008 R2 box that is running Hyper-V. I have setup the VPN using the RRAS and can connect to this VPN from my PC - however I can't access any ...
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Domain name resolution not working over VPN to Windows 2003 domain, VPN is on a different subnet

I am able to browse shares and, sometimes, connect my outlook to the exchange server when connected over VPN to my office's LAN. However I am aware my VPN address is in a completely different subnet ...
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1answer
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How to route VoIP phone through VPN

We have two offices (China and US) connected by site-to-site VPN using 2 Linksys RV082's. We also have a VoIP system with 2 VoIP phones in the China office. We have been having trouble with the ...
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1answer
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OpenVPN network sharing

For some hours I'm already trying to setup a virtual private network between two physical locations (Location A, 192.168.1.0/24), and (Location B, 192.168.2.0/24). I am forced to use a tunnel instead ...
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Sonicwall site-to-site can not access remote network

I have 2 SonicWall devices (tz100) in 2 different geographical locations. They are connected to each other using site-to-site vpn connection and this works just great. Device A network - ...
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Tips and Suggestions IP Address Re-Addressing?

My ever evolving and expanding local area network is currently using a class-C address. My network consists of multiple subnets depending on site/location. 192.168.1.x is site HQ 192.168.5.x is ...
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Openvpn for client/server in same subnet

I'm trying to openvpn into an office network (192.168.1.0/24) from a client sitting on a network with the same subnet (also 192.168.1.0/24). It is a linux (ubuntu 9.10) server and windows client. I ...
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How to Route Traffic in Case PPTP Remote Client is on Same Subnet as Server

I've a PPTP server setup on my local home network (192.168.1.0/24, pfSense). Now sometimes when I'm away and want to connect remotely my client (Windows 7) is also on the same network because e.g. the ...
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Multiple static WAN IP addresses to single LAN subnet

Below is my home network topology. I currently have 5 static IP addresses, 3 of which are in use by 3 routers. These routers in-turn subnet internal networks and port forward. I use my SSL VPN ...
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VPN and overlapping subnets

I have a number of Cisco site-to-site VPNs between using ASA and Pix devices established for my clients. This is a hosted application and I need for the entire address range on the client's network to ...
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1answer
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DNS lookup to AD-DNS from a different subnet

I have a Windows 2008 R2 Active Directory with several domain controllers, all with DNS. This is spread over three locations, interconnected with site to site VPN. All computers and servers are on the ...
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VPN with wrong subnet mask

I followed these instructions on www.hottonetworking.com to set up VPN on a clean install of Windows Server 2008 SP2 (not R2 yet). When I then establish a VPN connection to that machine from a ...
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How do I set up routing for a VPN gateway separate from my main gateway?

I have a run of the mill router/firewall set up for my small company's Internet access. I've also added a separate VPN (IPSec) gateway using a Netgear VPN router. The main gateway and VPN gateway have ...