VPN CLIENT

Hello

Client VPN-{Internet} - CVPN - LAN

* Client (physical IP) has overlapping network as the LAN behind the CVPN.

* There will be questions?

* VPN client pool is different from the LAN behind the CVPN.

* This configuration will work.

As stated, I know:

* Avoid any problem except for the fact that the connected vpn client once will not be able to navigate to its local network.

All comments

ADI

Hi Adi

You'll land with problems related to the delivery. Its is very rare that the customer would connect that same because local and remote identities.

Normally, you would see one like 0.0.0.0 and the other internal IP range.

This is not a recommended thing.

With the cliet 4.x, we can make it work by changing routes to each machine. He looks up in Jean Marc page you might find a DDT on this as well.

Hope this helps

Wakif

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    Hello

    Seems to me that you are atleast lack the NAT0 configuration for your VPN Client connection.

    This configuration is intended to allow the VPN Client to communicate with the local network with their original IP addresses. Although the main reason that this is necessary is to avoid this traffic to the normal rule of dynamic PAT passing this traffic and that traffic is falling for the corresponding time.

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