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November 23, 2009, 10:55 pm
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I have got this scenario for one my client as below :
1- Netgear ADSL modem router Dg384 is connected to my ISP, its LAN ip
address is : 192.168.1.1
2- One of its LAN port is connected to a WAN port (ip address is :
192.168.1.2) of a SnapGear SG300 and LAN ip address for SnapGear SG300
I know that VPN does not like double NAT and I can not convince the
client to get rid of one device and he does like me to bridge the ADSL
In the link above I was able to configure TheGreenBow VPN Client to
connect to a Netgear router FVS318 V3 (single NAT)
but in my case I do not have Netgear router FVS318, instead I have got
Snap Gear SG300,,,,,,I did my best to configure the IPSec for SnapGear
SG300, but I could not figure out where is my mistake, my confusion
during VPN configuration I have to use many IP addresses, but I was
not sure which one should I choose (be aware there is a double NAT ).
I have posted this question to many forums but I could not be
convinced with answers.
I really appreciate experts comments about this issue ?
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