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jmflores16
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Create two IPsec tunnels (One IPv6 and another one IPv4)

Hi, nice to meet you! I have a question. Is it possible to have two IPsec tunnels connected but one to be IPv6 and the other to be IPv4?

 

I have a Fortigate 30E with an IPv6 interface and a Fortigate 100F with an IPv4 interface. I want to connect these two IPSec tunnels or create a VPN that works with that configuration.

 

Thanks in advance. 

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Nchandan
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Yes, it is possible to have two IPsec tunnels between a FortiGate 30E (IPv6) and a FortiGate 100F (IPv4). FortiGate devices support both IPv4 and IPv6, and you can configure separate IPsec tunnels for each protocol.

jmflores16

And are they the same steps as creating a tunnel between two IPv4 VPNs? Or is there something else I have to configure?

mle2802
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Hi @jmflores16,

You can route IPv6 over IPv4 tunnel but not one side IPv4 and the other side IPv6. The remote gateway of the tunnel must be on the same protocol.

Regards,

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