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Can I use MPLS and a VPN connection on a Linksys RV082

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I have 2 Linksys RV082's connected with an MPLS connection between 2 sites.  I need to add a VPN connection from a third site.  Does anyone know if an RV082 is capable of doing that, and if so, how to make the connection?
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JoMar
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by:John Hurst
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The RV092 is certainly capable of creating another tunnel. Is there a tunnel between the existing RV082 boxes? If so, add a second tunnel the same way. ... Thinkpads_User
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by:JoMar
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the current set up is using the advanced routing tab under setup to connect the 2 RV082's.  Can I add a vpn tunnel in addition to those?
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I have not used MPLS, so I do not know for sure. Go into the VPN setup and note that all it really needs from the point of view of external connection is a fixed external IP address. If you can provide that, then you should be able to make a tunnel.

I have multiple VPN's set up to clients on my own RV042 router but none are MPLS.

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by:JoMar
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ok - i will try it tomorrow and let you know.
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by:JoMar
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I was able to set up a VPN tunnel along with having static routes for the MPLS.  Thanks for the info.
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You are most welcome and I was pleased to assist. .... Thinkpads_User
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