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calvyn
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Hi, Redfive,

Thanks for reply.
I had tried both suggestion, but failed.
The VPN is UP. I had assigned IP (same subnet) to ZS VPN00 interface to both site.
At branch office, create Bridge00 to bind VPN00 and ETH00.
At HQ/main site, create Bridge00 to bind VPN00 and ETH02.

When perform Check IP, ZS (both site) can ARP/PING to local site IP and remote ZS VPN00 IP.
From branch site ZS, cannot ARP/PING to any IPs/Devices behind HQ/Main site ETH02, but can ARP/PING VPN00 IP.
From HQ/Main site ZS, cannot ARP/PING to any IPs/Devices behind Branch site ETH00, but can ARP/PING VPN00 IP.

Not sure what others else I had miss.

I had also tried below method, failed too.
http://artfiles.org/zeroshell.org/routed-IP-over-bonded-VPN.pdf
http://beusergroup.co.uk/technotes/index.php/VPN_Bonding

Any others idea?

Thanks.