What type of ip addressing scheme can I use within my IT organization so that we will be able to use the Cisco VPN client (& that will be completely different from) for when we connect to our customer's networks remotely?
The internal IP addresses that are used within my company's internal network must be completely different than those used within our customer's networks. This way, our internal company network won't be using any the same IP addresses or subnets that our customer networks would most commonly use.
I would like to use an IP v4 addressing scheme, but if we need to use an IP v6 addressing scheme, I will be willing implement this.
Can you please post some hyperlinks that discuss the best ways of doing this?