Have a customer in DK who have been sold to a company in FI. In Findland they want to offer some Intranet sites to the users in DK.
We then made a site-to-site VPN between the DK subnet 192.168.22.0 and the subnet in FI 10.45.105.0 and then some DNS so the users in DK can browse intranet sites in FI. That works.
But now the guys in FI wants the DK users to browse another site on an IP address of 194.x.x.x and they want me to make it work through the VPN. But how should that be possible? As far as I know a 194.x.x.x address is a public address and the firewall in DK will route it to the Internet and not through the VPN.
What can I do? Which information do I have to ask the guys in Finland?
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