[vpn-help] Can IPSEC packets be routed sequentially through two different VPNs?
prolag at gmail.com
Thu Oct 15 05:13:29 CDT 2015
I can be possible if you have a IP address for VPN Client on network of you
IPsec VPN Site at Site
On Fri, Oct 9, 2015 at 6:55 PM, Bob Simon <bsimon at att.net> wrote:
> I use the ShrewSoft VPN Client to temporarily set up a remote IPSEC VPN
> from my laptop at home to the office RV120 VPN Firewall. Another permanent
> site-to-site IPSEC VPN is set up between the RV120 and a customer's site.
> I can RDP from my laptop at home to my office computer, then from there I
> can RDP to the customer's server. However, I cannot RDP from home to the
> customer's server.
> I logged into the customers Checkpoint firewall and ran a "fw monitor"
> trace. This showed the progression of packets from the outside interface
> to the firewall’s kernel and from the kernel to the inside interface when
> pinging from the office. No packets were received when I did the ping from
> my home. In my laptop, I added a route statement to the customer's private
> network with the next hop set to the LAN address of the RV120 but this did
> not help so I wonder if this was the appropriate next hop.
> In general, is it possible to route packets through two VPNs in series?
> If not, why not? If so, can you suggest what I need to do to make this
> Bob Simon
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