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MX auto VPN multiple MX behind same public IP

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MX auto VPN multiple MX behind same public IP

Is it a supported configuration to have multiple MX appliances behind a single NAT device with Auto VPN? I have two MXs in a lab environment and it works fine. I am trying to do a quick patch for a customer issue until they get proper links. I don't think the vpn registry should have an issue because each MX would use a different source port even if the public IP is the same.

 

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Re: MX auto VPN multiple MX behind same public IP

Yes, if I understand what you described this is supported and should work fine.  I have that type of setup in my own home lab with multiple MX appliances behind he same NAT and all AutoVPN'd together.  The VPN Reg and devices themselves are fully aware of both public and interface addresses and src/dst ports and the tunnels should form without issue.

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Re: MX auto VPN multiple MX behind same public IP

Yes, if I understand what you described this is supported and should work fine.  I have that type of setup in my own home lab with multiple MX appliances behind he same NAT and all AutoVPN'd together.  The VPN Reg and devices themselves are fully aware of both public and interface addresses and src/dst ports and the tunnels should form without issue.

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Re: MX auto VPN multiple MX behind same public IP

Thanks MeakiDave, just wanted to confirm.

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