Overlapping subnet for VPN

Is there any solution for subnet overlapping with end user L2TP/IPSEC VPN connections? Unfortunately, putting my LAN on a different subnet is not an option (it was originally built out using the 192.168.1.X subnet)

Any hacks with NAT mappings, maybe? ANY help or tips would be greatly appreciated.

Peplink have virtual network mapping for this scenario when using PepVPN/Speedfusion


Hi Martin,

Thanks for the response - I appreciate it.

Unfortunately, my issue is with mobile users connecting via L2TP/IPSEC (ie, their home network is also set to 192.168.1.x). Since I have a lot of users and I can’t change their home networks, I’m hoping I can resolve the issue using features of my PEPLINK device, without having to change my LAN subnet.