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5 hours ago, murdocklawless said:

I've ubiquiti router after keenetic hero dsl and modem is DMZ to router. is it possible to setup a ipsec/l2tp vpn on hero dsl with DMZ is on?

https://help.keenetic.com/hc/en-us/articles/360000581969-Connecting-to-an-L2TP-IPSec-VPN-server-from-Windows

I think the answer you are looking for is here

https://prnt.sc/1yukoq0

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5 hours ago, Le ecureuil said:

I see no objections to do that. Probably UDP/500 and UDP/4500 should be excluded from DMZ, but worth to try.

 

no, ports are not excluded. otherwise I wouldn't be able to connect to vpn routers. 

 

16 hours ago, yerebakan said:

 

Kenetic is sending all ports and protocols to the router. If I forward the ports to the modem as ike and nat-t I can not connect to edgerouter's vpn. I think I can only do this with certain ip 's. ip x.x.x.x forwards to edgerouter vpn, ip y.y.y.y forwards to keenetic vpn. so i can connect to both vpn but unfortunately there are no two different static ip.

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On 11/9/2021 at 3:09 AM, murdocklawless said:

ubiquiti router after keenetic hero dsl and modem is DMZ to router

I'm not sure if everyone understands how your devices are connected, and even how many of them you have (three? — modem, keenetic, ubiquiti).

Would you draw a picture with IP addresses on all network interfaces.

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On 11/10/2021 at 4:32 PM, admin said:

I'm not sure if everyone understands how your devices are connected, and even how many of them you have (three? — modem, keenetic, ubiquiti).

Would you draw a picture with IP addresses on all network interfaces.

here is my network topology.

cable and wifi devices are in 192.168.2.x segment.

topology.jpg

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