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fortigate - using another ip adress for inbound vpn

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Hi, i have a pool of 8 publics ip adresses. I want to use an ip adress other than affected for the one interface for ipsec vpn connection. Can you tell me how to do this. Thanks
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Hello,

You can define different IP address while creating IPSec phase 1 settings. If you need for SSL VPN you need to use wan interface itself by defining secondary IP address.

Good Luck!
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