The problem is in trying to establish the route on the US ASL box for the UK's 172.16.0.0 subnet. There is no place in the IPSEC connection configuration on the US side for multiple remote subnets on the remote side - just the one.

Aug 02, 2017 · Confirm that the on-premises and VPC private networks are not overlapping, because overlapping subnets can cause routing issues over the VPN tunnel. For static route-based VPN connections, verify that you have configured routes for your on-premises private networks by checking the Static Routes tab of your VPN Connection. Feb 27, 2014 · I'm trying to set up two networks to talk to two other networks over one VPN with SW on each side. We have a NAS that we want to replicate off site on the 172.25.2.0/24 from the 10.0.2.0/24 network. I want to use a port on the SW, X4 , for the NAS traffic and assign that traffic to a VLan 20 on Navigate to Security & SD-WAN > Configure > Site-to-site VPN. Set VPN subnet translation to Enabled. This will cause a new VPN subnet column to appear for the local networks. For the local subnet that must be translated, set VPN participation to VPN on with translation. In the VPN subnet column enter a subnet of the same size as the Local subnet. Solved: i have 5510 running 8.3 did a site to site setup via wizard.. can' tping anything i have a sonicwall vpn setup on the other site. Both the sonicwall and cisco say there is a connection and i can see the active connection in the logs. however You can either get the shared key from your VPN device, or make one up here and then configure your VPN device to use the same shared key. The important thing is that the keys are exactly the same. At the bottom of the page, click OK to create the connection. Part 4 - Verify the VPN connection For single VPN tunnel here is an example -- if main office's subnets are contiguous 192.168.1.0/24 and 192.168.2.0/24 and 192.168.3.0/24 and 192.168.4.0/24 then you configure VPN tunnel to use 192 I have multiple subnets, maybe in multiple zones, that need to use a site-to-site VPN tunnel. Solution. Set up a "Site-to-Site" VPN. Create an address group that contains all the subnets (regardless of zone) that need access to this VPN. Create an address group that contains all subnets on the remote side.

I have multiple subnets, maybe in multiple zones, that need to use a site-to-site VPN tunnel. Solution. Set up a "Site-to-Site" VPN. Create an address group that contains all the subnets (regardless of zone) that need access to this VPN. Create an address group that contains all subnets on the remote side.

Feb 25, 2019 · b2. VPN GW-a proposes TSi-a = 5.10.0.0/16; On VPN GW-b: there are more than one entries defined: TSi-b = 5.10.11.0/24 + 5.10.12.0/24. i. Tunnel is brought up without traffic. Multiple entries per traffic selector is supported by strongswan. So strongswan can be used to setup as VPN GW-b. If PANOS is GW-b, we need to configure multiple proxy-IDs.

Site to Site VPN with NAT to NAT and multiple subnets on a SonicWALL. So I have already posted some parts of my issue to r/SonicWALL but I feel like I might get more insight here. I have 2 SonicWALL NSA devices: Site A and Site B.

Create an object group that contains X0:V1 subnet and X0:V2 subnet (or whatever your VLANs are), use that object group as the source of the VPN. On the other side, assuming SonicWall, make an object group with both IP ranges and use that as the destination of the tunnel. Re: Multiple subnets via VPN between SSG20 and Sonicwall NSA2400 ‎09-15-2014 12:53 AM I have simplified this down to just connecting a single subnet on the Sonic side to a single subnet on the SSG side so I only have one entry as I can't get the route based tunnel to pass traffic. Aug 02, 2017 · Confirm that the on-premises and VPC private networks are not overlapping, because overlapping subnets can cause routing issues over the VPN tunnel. For static route-based VPN connections, verify that you have configured routes for your on-premises private networks by checking the Static Routes tab of your VPN Connection.