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10.10.10.192 is the network address of 10.10.10.211/27, adjust it to your real address.

I would suggest splitting the public IP address space you got in 2 /28 pieces, give the first IP address to both ZS boxes on a new interface and add static routes. I wouldn’t try bridging ethernet and vpn interfaces.