Site A got 100 subnets [login to view URL] to [login to view URL] There is a linux router on Site A with the IP address .1 of any subnet connected to eth0:1 to eth0:100. There is one single internet connection provided by another router [login to view URL] which is connected to eth1 of the linux router ([login to view URL]).
The linux router on Site A should have a vpn connection to a linux router on Site B. All internet traffic from the Site A subnets needs to pass that vpn tunnel to Site B where it gets into the internet. The subnets are not allowed to access the other subnets except [login to view URL], where we got some services needed by all subnets.
You need to configure:
- the vpn tunnel (openvpn or something)
- firewall rules (nftables) that deny access between the subnets
- firewall rule (nftables) that allows access to [login to view URL] from any subnet
- routing all subnets internet traffic through the tunnel to the internet
- minimum (guaranteed) bandwidth for some of those subnets bi-directional (you must use upstream rules on routers on Site A and Site B for that)
- basic QoS rules (realtime traffic like VoIP first)
This is all theoretically! We want you to provide us the tools and commands we need to get it running.
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Hello I am a CCNA R&S and a highly skilled network administrator ,i can configure the vpns and QoS policies please contact me over chat to discuss more details Thank you in advance