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Hello Experts

I have an IPCOP box at the main office.  i have 5 other VPN routers all the 5 other offices.  All connected back to the IPCOP box.  The VPNs work find to and throw from the IPCOP box.

Can i put a route on the IPCOP box to router traffic through it to the other VPNs

Ie
VPN1 - through IPCOP to VPN2

Or do i have to setup VPNs that connect to each other.
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In theory, it is possible to add a route on each VPN router to connect to another VPN through IPCop.

I should create rules on each VPN router specifying to route the packets corresponding to the several private addressing spaces to the interface corresponding to the tunnel. Once the packets reach IPCop, they will find their way to the several VPNs. Probably, you will need four rules on each router.

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begin 2nd paragraph: I mean "I would".
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i created vpn between all routers.  all working well.
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