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  • in reply to: ZeroShell and Public IP in Lan-to-Lan #48112

    Eric
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    Ppalias, my ISP give me 5 public IP, Net ID: x.y.z.208 and net mask = 255.255.255.248, so I have 5 public IP (x.y.z.210-214 / 29).
    I have to use x.y.z.213 & x.y.z.214 in side B (remoute network).
    Is what you can detail your solution spliting public IP? how I can give the public IP to VPN tunnel? the IP address after spliting are routable public IP?
    Best regards.

    in reply to: ZeroShell and Public IP in Lan-to-Lan #48109

    Eric
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    Hello ppalias and thank you for your replay.
    I want to choose your first solution, interface in router B, but I do not understand the subnet that you noted: 10.10.10.192, I specify that IP 10.10.10.211 is a public IP, and I put 10 not to note the true IP, I would have noted X.X.X.X.212.
    I contacted fulvio for a solution and he says I need bridge the VPN. But I need more than details to make a success of this configuration. Can you detail the stages?
    I think of testing this solution:
    1-in B side I configure a subnet X.X.X.X/29 and in this subnet I configure a NIC with public IP: X.X.X.212 255.255.255.248
    2-in A side I bridge ETH0 (public IP: X.X.X.211) and VPN00 with STP
    3-in B side I bridge VPN00 with the interface of stage 1 (X.X.X.211) with STP

    You think that this is a good solution?
    Best regards

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