Connecting 2 Networks that have the same IP Class
ben.blackmore "at" triumph-international.co.uk
Mon May 10 13:06:00 2004
Only way is to have the 2 networks on a simluar class of IP, i.e. 10.1.x.x
& 10.2.x.x set the subnet to 255.255.248.0 put a VPN pipe between the two,
and and get 2 routers either end of the broadband connection to route
traffic from one network to the other. We use this between our office in
London, and in Swindon, basically they look like they are all in one big
network, they can access the main server, and we can VNC to them!
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com> Subject: Re: Connecting 2 Networks that have the same IP Class
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On Mon, 2004-05-10 at 12:12, Tony Ford wrote:
> I have a requirement to connect to multiple sites without having to
> (potentially) keep changing my network's IP addresses. If I can connect
> via VPN how do I get my remote connection software (or do I need
> specialist software?) to use the VPN first, instead of my internal
> network (do I need to do something with DNS?)?
> In other words....... I want to connect 2 networks over broadband using
> a VPN. The IP addresses are the same at each end of the VPN. I can
> create the VPN but have yet to find a way of getting onto the remote
> network using a IP address that exists on the host network
IP doesn't handle 2 hosts with same ip address.
Don't think there is any way around that.
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