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VPN bound to Secondary WAN Subent IP

Hello Community, our customer has to chage the WAN subnet on his H/A pair.

Currently the VPNs directed to the farm are pointing to an IP address (used as WAN IP on the firewall). When ISP will provide them the new public addresses, the firewall WAN will change (NEW WAN IP).

The question is: do the VPNs that currently point to WAN IP all need to be redirected to the NEW WAN IP or can they continue to point to the former WAN IP? WAN IP will become a secondary WAN whitin Static ARP in such new configuration.

Thanks

Category: Mid Range Firewalls
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    TKWITSTKWITS All-Knowing Sage ✭✭✭✭
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    The VPNs should be pointed to the address that is configured on the WAN interface, not an ARPd address.

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