Secondary IP and VPN

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Hello All,

My question is simply this.

I have a 871 router with a primary and secondary address on the inside
FE1 port.

192.168.1.1
10.0.254.1

Now I have a VPN to a remote client who also has 192.168.1.x on thier
internal.

I want to have all VPN traffic from the remote site to come into the
10.0.254.0/24 network and the 192.168.1.0/24 network internally to deny
all of that traffic. But both networks internally must be able to talk
to each other.

Any ideas on what the access list for this would look like?

Im a little perplexed as I am not that good with accesslists

Thank you kindly

Jason Miller



Re: Secondary IP and VPN


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You can't route to both 192.168.1.x networks at the same time... you will
either have to renumber one of them or NAT one of them.

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