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I currently have a Sonicwall Pro 3060 running the enhanced OS.  I have two VPN conections established.  One going to one (Facility A)  facility and the other going to another (Facility B).  I can ping both locations from my desktop.  I am attempting to get Facility A to see Facility B.  I know I need to traverse the two VPN connections but am not familiiar with the advanced setting on the Sonicwall running the Enahanced OS.
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by:Ernie Beek
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Just a thought: How about creating a direct VPN between the two facilities?
Then you'll have have a fully meshed VPN network.
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by:goautl
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I should of expanded....  Main facility is Facility C..... Facility A is our dispatch center and Facility B is a InMotion Mobile Gateway that is running off of an AirCard.  It is a Command Truck.  It is only capable of handling one VPN connection.  That Mobile Gateway has an active tunnel to the Main facility.  From my main facility I can talk and connect to either A or B.
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digitap earned 250 total points
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as erniebeek says, a full mesh would work well.  if you want a hub and spoke VPN, then use the KB below to do that.  let me know if you've got a sonicwall with standard OS.

https://www.fuzeqna.com/sonicwallkb/consumer/kbdetail.asp?kbid=3552
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by:Ernie Beek
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@digitap: Glad you dropped by. I'm not to familiar with the enhanced OS (yet :)
But your link will help me a bit further along that road.
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by:digitap
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@erniebeek :: sure.  if it's got sonicwall in the question, you'll be sure to see me pop in...
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by:goautl
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Thanks so much!  
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by:Ernie Beek
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Glad it worked out. You can always count on digitap for that matter ;)
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by:digitap
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@goautl :: thanks for the points and glad we could help!

@erniebeek :: your too kind...i'll have to send the cisco questions your way >GRIN<!
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by:Ernie Beek
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@digitap: Please do!  >ENORMOUS GRIN<!!!
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