On 6/28/06, Mark Gilbert <mgilbert at marinhd dot com> wrote:
> I'm sorry but maybe I don't understand. I looked at the FAQ and I think
> I understand. Parallel Tunnels? Maybe I did not explain what I want
> correctly. I did read where you can create a vpn tunnel between to
> M0n0walls. I just want to be sure that hosts from behind each M0n0wall
> can access resources on each others networks.
> Network 1
> 10.0.0.1 M0n0wall
> Network 2
> 10.10.0.1 M0n0wall
> Do you mean I need to create a separate tunnel for each network?
> I want to know if by creating a point to point vpn tunnel that Network 1
> can access resources on Network 2. And if this is done automatically
> by creating the VPN tunnels between the M0n0walls.
For what is't worth, here's my IPSEC tunnel config which works...from
what I remember :)
disregard the information at the top. The initial problem had to do
with a misconfigured box at the main site. There was no problem with
the IPSEC configuration.
btw...both networks need to be different. You can't have both 10.0.0.0