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A VPN is a tunnel, usually encrypted, that connects two networks together as if they had a direct link between the two networks. Regardless of the number of hops it takes between the two networks, the tunnel looks like a single hop. The packets inside the tunnel are normally encrypted to maintain privacy (a company with two sites, or two companies, connected ...


"LAN workstation" is in the subnet - the same subnet you're using for "BAY x LAN". That is a very bad design. Unless you are using destination NAT and source NAT between those locations, no communication is possible. Likely, you're using destination NAT from LAN workstation to reach "Device N", but without source NAT "Device N" tries to ...


A VPN link mainly serves two purposes: transparent routing: the tunnel allows each side to transparently use the other side's addressing scheme (usually: private IP address space connect over public IP address space); since the source addresses may remain original, they can be used for security/trust encryption: traffic is completely encrypted; an ...


Your NAT 0 statement references an ACL 101 on your home office deluxe but I don’t see that ACL defined anywhere, can you verify that your ACL actually exists and is correct

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