Hi CommunityI'm in need for some design guides and ideas.I have a few
Fortigates in different Offices. All of them have an internet connection
and sometimes a backup line.All locations have a vpn tunnel to the HQ
and a static 10.0.0.0/16 route which ...
ok that makes sense now. i had the impression that you use two /30
networks per vpn ;) You may can work with two /32 per VPN and therefore
"save" some addresses. LB is /32 and remote-ip is also a /32so you can
use 128 tunnels when you have a /24 dedi...
Hi ede_pfau I'm in the lab and testing this out. So far it works
nice.Currently i'm using seperate are for each branch. It "feels"
cleaner for me @ede_pfau wrote:For the links, I use a 'supernet' like
10.7.x.x, with two 10.7.x.y/30 addresses per VPN....
Hi AnthonyThank you for your reply.Over the weekend I was reading about
de "interface-type point-to-point" and that may be a solution. Like
using area 0 for all directly connected branches but set all
ospf-interfaces to point-to-point I'll have to ch...
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