We have several IPSec VPN connections and luckily so far all with unique Proxy IDs.
I am trying to prepare when I create a new one and has the same Proxy ID as another.
I see this article and talks about creating a NAT both ways.
I wonder if there is a way to create the NAT for an entire network ID or subnet to translate to another?
Or are many NAT entries necessary?
Just checking if anyone may have comments or example?
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if your peer is a route-based vpn capable device, you don't need proxy IDs (just fyi)
if you have subnet overlap with the remote peer, you can fake both source and destination network
eg both networks are 192.168.0.0/24, you could source nat 10.0.0.0/24 destination nat 10.0.1.0/24
then the remote end would translate inbound 10.0.1.0/24 to local 192.168.0.0/24 equivalent and leave the 'original' received 10.0.0.0/24 source IPs
Sounds like you are talking about having to deal with overlapping subnets between your multiple remote vendor networks. Yes you would have to use NAT then to overcome the routing overlap. This is the kb for overlapping subnets on vpn for PAN.
Thank you for that. This document is most helpful! I wondering if I can just configure NAT on one side (our firewall only)?
I plan to setup a test like this.
In your situation there is not a full overlap with the same ip address on both sides of the tunnel. Your hub site is the only one with the overlapping subnet. So you cannot solve this without the nat occuring on one of the two remote partners.
Your side will configure a normally with the nat subnet range as a normal object.
The actual nat occurs on the partner side on their device where they configure both the nat and use the nat range for the vpn configuration for their subnet as a static network to network nat.
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