LAN to LAN OPENVPN ZEROSHELL

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  • #43728

    xtropx
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    I am just trying to use Zeroshell to provide transparent VLANs across both locations.

    Click diagram for larger image. I can not ping the SVI on either switch, from either location.

    EDIT

    I (THINK) I FIGURED IT OUT

    You want yo create the VLANs UNDER your physical Ethernet interface you want to use as a trunk FIRST, then you can go ahead and bridge each individual SUBINTERFACE (i.e ETH02.37) to your VPN. Eureka!

    From the switch on the right of my original diagram:

    SW3#ping 172.16.4.17

    Type escape sequence to abort.
    Sending 5, 100-byte ICMP Echos to 172.16.4.17, timeout is 2 seconds:
    !!!!!
    Success rate is 100 percent (5/5), round-trip min/avg/max = 52/59/80 ms
    #52871

    xtropx
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    Very flakey behavior.
    When I bridge VLAN 37 to the VPN and just leave it alone it works OK,
    When I add VLAN 10, I can’t seem to communicate, even after rebooting.

    #52872

    redfive
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    Hi xtropx , I did as follows: on site A, Zs (vpn server) , VPN00,VPN00.10,VPN00.20, ETH00, ETH00.10,ETH00.20, then some bridges..BRIDGE00( VPN00,ETH00) , BRIDGE01( VPN00.10,ETH00.10) , BRIDGE02( VPN00.20,ETH00.20) , then I assigned the ip addresses to the bridges, 10.192.192.1/27 br00, 10.192.192.33/27 br01, 10.192.192.65/27 br02, I did create a dhcp pool for every new network , and on phisical interface ETH02 I connected a managed switch . On site B ,Zs (vpn client) , more or less the same , except for the ip addresses of the bridges (10.192.192.2/27 br00, 10.192.192.34/27 br01, 10.192.192.66/27 br02). If in site B, I connect an host on a switch-port member of vlan 20 , the host receives the correct ip address from the pool created on vpn server , the same for other vlans , also CDP (as well as VTP) work flawlessly through the vpn tunnel.
    greetings

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