Extended LAN Support

Hello Everyone,

I would like to know if Peplink products support flat network deployment between 2 different locations that are on same subnet?

Let’s say, I’m on Site A with IP of 192.168.100.100 and I have a server on Site B with 192.168.100.101. I want to use Internet links and configure SDWAN tunnel between 2 sites but having LAN subnets on the same network.

Please let me know your thoughts. Appreciate it.

Thanks

Hi. It appears that you want to set up a L2 VPN with PepVPN or SpeedFusion. As it happens, there has been a fair amount of discussion here about how to do that. Not difficult. See, for example:
Setting up a Layer 2 PepVPN Profile in Firmware 6.2 Onwards. @MartinLangmaid, in particular, has discussed this a number of times here.

Suggestion: Try the link above and see if it’s any help. If you get stuck let us know! :slightly_smiling_face:

Thanks Rick for your help!!

If both sites are on default vlan1, can we extend that default vlan on both sites? Or do we need to put both networks to a vlan other than that of default vlan to make this work.

Appreciate your help! Thanks!

Hi. I think your answer is here:
https://forum.peplink.com/t/multiple-vlans-across-layer-2-vpn/
Scroll down to the diagram and also note the comment which follows.

Does that not work for you?