IPSec Site to Site VPN Solution needed?

Hi all

I need a solution to provide full connectivity to one of my clients. I created two IPSEC Site to Site VPN, one between the INFO and RITA and second between NIDA and RITA. I can access RITA machine that is 172.16.36.101 at the INFO and 10.0.0.5 to NIDA.

Now, I need to give access to my customer INFORMATION to direct NIDA 10.0.0.5 without established VPN machine to NIDA 10.0.0.5 of 172.16.36.101 access.

Could you please give me the solution how is that possible?

Concerning

Uzair Hussain

Hi uzair.infotech,

Looks like you need to set up a grouping between the 3 sites, at the end of that your topology will look like this:

INFO - RITA - NIDA

You can check this guide that explains step by step how to configure grouping:

https://supportforums.Cisco.com/document/12752536/how-configure-site-sit...

Hope this info helps!

Note If you help!

-JP-

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