I’m trying to setup a fail-over system using the PepVPN hot fail-over. The FusionHub is running as a VM on a server at our internet gateway and we have a selection of remote sites in the internal network that have pepwave devices as routers. These client sites are polled by servers outside out network in the clients company headquarters, they have public IPs that the clients polling servers use to access equipment on each site. What I’m trying to setup is to have the FusionHub assign Nat’d addresses to the pepwave’s vpn interface so that if/when the pepwaves fail-over to cellular connections during any problem with the microwave network the public addresses will still be available to outside clients through the FusionHubs NAT’d VPN connections.
However I cannot get the profiles to connect in NAT mode, they seem to work fine until I try to check the NAT mode box, I’ve configured a SpeedFusion DHCP range, but nada. Do the pepwaves need to be getting their IPs from the FusionHub via DHCP in order to get this to work?
We have other sites where the clients have preferred their own routers and we’ve passed public address through a layer 2 pepVPN without the FusionHub and had it fail over from microwave to cell with no trouble so I’m not sure why I can’t get it to work in NAT mode with the address on the pepwave itself as opposed to on a router behind them.