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Will I have a problem in having tripple NAT?

This is my scenario, until now I have no problem at all, but I want to consider your opinion. Maybe there´s something I can do to make this better.

In my house, I want some devices to connect to my internet normally and some devices to connect through a VPN, so what I did was this.

Internet --> Router (192.168.10.1) --> Home network
                     Router (192.168.10.1) --> Dlink Router (WAN 192.168.10.2/LAN 192.168.11.1)

Here, the DlinkRouter now has double NAT in the network 192.168.11.1
From here, I connected another router:
Dlink Router (WAN 192.168.10.2/LAN 192.168.11.1) --> PPTP Router(WAN 192.168.11.2/LAN 192.168.10.99 DCHP disable) This router PPTP is connected to my home network switch, obviously without DCHP server, so, when I want a device to use the PPTP VPN gatway, I just state in the gateway to use 192.168.10.99 instead of my Router 192.168.10.1

Actually this works, so all my home network is behind only one NAT, the devices I want to use the VPN will go through a triple NAT, but everything works....

Will this cause a problem in my home network???
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nam0aCommented:
there wont be any problem unless you want to access any device under NAT from the previous unNAT network.
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marpanetAuthor Commented:
What do you mean?..
All devices are in my home network with 192.168.10.xx
There are two gateways 192.168.10.1 and 192.168.10.99

I have no devices on the 192.168.11.xx
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nam0aCommented:
i mean if your devices are in the same network it will be easier to access and you ping to it and through it.

if the devices are inside the NAT the devices inside the NAT can ping other devices in and out. But the out devices cannot ping the devices inside the NAT.
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marpanetAuthor Commented:
Thank you,
Just wanted to know if they would be any problems.
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