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Site-Site VPN Connection with RV042 link to existing network

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Hi,

I am being ask to connect one of our office in Asia, 4-5 computers only, this will be connected to our main office here in Australia. The main purpose of the connection is to access a citrix connnection here in Australia , currently setup on one of our servers, 10.110.6.X network.

I am planning to use RV042 on both ends, to do a site-site VPN connection.

Our current setup now in Australia is,
Internal network  in Australia.
10.110.32.X = Workstations
10.110.6.X = Servers
SM : 255.255.0.0

I'm just not sure on how it will fit in with the current setup...ie, what LAN subnet should i use in Asia office? do i need to use a different subnet in Australia?

Do i need a dedicated workstation in Australia, with dual network cards? 1 for internal, 10.110.32.X, and one for external, ie, 192.168.200.X  that connects to the RV042 in Australia?

Thanks for any help...
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If all you need access to is the 6.x subnet, then set up a different subnet in Asia, and do a site to site VPN tunnel between the 2 sites. You should not need access ot the 32.x subnet at all from your description.


I hope this helps !
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by:roadrunnerz88
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Thanks SysExpert,
can i set the subnet in Asia as 192.168.X.X ,SM:  255.255.255.0,

Once the site-site VPN is established, do i just then connect the RV042 on Australia to one of our
Switch? Would this will then work? Or i need a dedicated PC with dual NIC Cards? one NIC connected
to Australia 10.110.X.X , and one NIC Connected to RV042?

Thanks a lot.
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Anyone?

Thanks,
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You can use any subnet that is not the same as the main offfice.

You should connect the RV042 to your external ISP connection directly or through the switch that handles all external connections.

Is this a fixed IP or DHCP in Austalia ?


I hope this helps !
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Thanks Sysexpert,

Yes, I have to connect it to the external ISP connection, but how about connecting it to our existing LAN in Australia (10.110.6.1)? Do i just connect a cable from one of our switch in Australia network, to one of the ports in RV042 in Australia?

WAN IP is static on both location.
We have DHCP on our LAN in Australia.

would the diagram below work, ?

Australia                                                                                                                                         Asia

AU LAN;---RV042--Modem----ISP Australia------Internet-------ISP Asia-----Modem---RV042-----Asia Lan
10.110.6.1                                                                                                                            20.110.10.1-254
10.110.32.1                                                                                                                    SM: 255.255.2550.0
SM: 255.255.0.0


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