I have the following topology at the workplace:
The Main Gateway that you see on the picture is the office default gateway. The other appliance the VPN gateway, is another gateway in the same network and it is used to create VPNs.
The thing is that the VPN Gateway and the internet there is 10GBps and the Main Gateway speed is 1GBPs.
When we create the VPNs to the other networks, we put the routes on the Main Gateway pointing for the VPN Networks via the VPN Gateway.
My question is, since I am using the main gateway for route redirection but its interface is considerably slower, would that affect the speed of the traffic that goes through the VPN? Will that throttle the traffic down to 1GBps?
My expectation is that the traffic will just bounce of the Main Gateway and I will still get 10GBps speed, but I am not sure.