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I am trying to connect three sites with vpn tunnels.  Main site is 192.168.1.xx.  Sonicwall to sonicwall site to site vpn to 192.168.200.xx.  Sonicwall to fortinet site to site connecting 192.168.150.xx.  I cannot get the two branches to talk to each other. (192.168.200.xx with 192.168.150.xx).  I know it's a routing issue and/or vpn nat, however I can not figure out the rules.

can anyone help?
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by:Fred Marshall
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Point to point or hub and spoke?
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by:pscanevit
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they are site to site
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Can you provide the topology.
For example, are the VPN routers also the internet gateways in every case?
If not then one or more is a VPN router and NOT an internet gateway, right?
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by:pscanevit
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Thank you for your diligence, however the problem was resolved by creating hops.
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