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You can't just assign your WAN IP. The modem or whatever upstream device you have has to either be in bridge mode, so the firewall behind it gets your public IP, or otherwise configured to pass through the public IP. Without knowing what you're plugged into upstream, can't offer any specific suggestions. Look into how to pass through your public IP with your ...


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Guessing maybe you still have block private networks enabled on WAN? If you're connecting in from 192.168.1.x at least, and WAN is really a LAN in your case. On an unrelated note, it's always preferable to use UDP for VPNs unless TCP is required for some reason (can't pass UDP between client and server).


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Yes, you can change the peer IP address without create new Site-To-Site VPN In general you have to change two parameters. peer IP address tunnel group name According your link they changed only first setting. If you check your log file you have to find wrong tunnel group name or something like that. Anyway this is very good Step by Step guide for your ...


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From the docs: You can create additional VPN connections to other VPCs using the same customer gateway device. You can reuse the same customer gateway IP address for each of those VPN connections.


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I haven't tried it yet, but here is a very detailed walkthrough of how to do set that up: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/canitpro/2016/01/11/step-by-step-connect-your-aws-and-azure-environments-with-a-vpn-tunnel/



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