I got 3 different WAN locations that need to speak to each other. Now they are connected through one IPSEC VPN and one IP-VPN (delivered by the ISP). Location A and B, and B and C can talk to each other, but how can I route traffic so that also location A can communicate with location C?
I tried to add different routes on the location A firewall. But no matter what I do I can’t get the traffic through the IPSEC tunnel and forward to location C.
How can I solve this?
i have a hub - spoke VPN setup like this. At the spokes in order to route through the hub to another spoke i needed routes such as the following. Notice the route statement that have to go more than one
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