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Model: ER605 (TL-R605)
Hardware Version: V1
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Good Morning,

I'm hoping someone might be able to assist here.

I am managing two sites remotely, both sites are connected via mobile data, so have CG-NAT.

There are two sites at the same location, one site contains the OC-200 controller. I have established site to site VPNs from both remote sites to my own ER-605 and can access both from here.

What I'd like to achieve is to allow remote site 1 to access remote site 2 so that I can manage the devices in remote site 2 on the OC-200 in remote site 1

Given I have VPN connectivity to my own ER-605 for both of the remote sites, is there a way I can allow the two to talk via my ER-605?

I have tried static routes, configured one on each site to allow it to send data destined for the other via my ER-605.


My network:

Remote Site 1:

Remote Site 2:

Both 1 and 2 can talk to my network and all devices are accessible from here, I configured a static route on site 1 to talk to site 2 via and vice versa, but this doesn't work.

I'm guessing that my ER-605 is dropping the traffic, so my conclusion is I need to tell my devices when it receives data from destined for, to send it via the VPN tunnel for site 2. I don't even know if this is possible, but thought I would ask anyway!

Hoping for some creative ideas :)

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Oh, I haven't worked with VPNs for a long time because I had many problems with PIA (which is supposed to be one of the best VPNs). And because of this, I use only proxy servers, and the best option I've found is proxies from SOAX (take a look -- Canada proxy server, Canada ip address proxy). I didn't have any problems with these proxies. Their setup is simple, and their efficiency and functionality are great. And their price is more than reasonable. That's the main advantage I noticed, comparing them with offers from other companies.
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