We need to upgrade our firewall and one of the features required is the ability to connect remotely in to the various networks at our office that are independent of each other i.e. they don't have an ip assigned that's on another network/subnetwork (in Juniper parlance no Secondary IPs) but using just one vpn connection/tunnel on the remote client.
For example I remote in and am connected to our main network of 172.16.x.x but want to connect to the 192.168.x.x networks as well but there is no routing between them.
Is this feasible and if so does it have proper name so I can make sure the firewall we get does it?
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