SoftEther VPN deployed by an MSP

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vpnsoftether
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SoftEther VPN deployed by an MSP

Post by vpnsoftether » Thu Jan 17, 2019 4:07 pm

Hi,

I am new to SoftEther VPN and, while I am going through the documentation, can somebody tell me if a single VPN server can be deployed and configured by an MSP, to host VLANs coming from different customers, even if they use the same subnet addresses, while keeping them completely separated?
For example, Customer 1 (C1) and Customer 2 (C2), each have their own internal VLAN 192.168.1.0/24. The MSP should create one Virtual Hub on the VPN Server for each Customer, so C1 will bridge the VH1 and C2 will bridge to VH2, while each of VH1 and VH2 use the same subnet address (192.168.1.0/24), while not crossing boundaries.
Can this be done? If yes, does the VPN Server need to configure each Virtual Hub on separate NIC, or both can use the same physical NIC?
Or this can only be done by deploying separate VPN Servers?

Thank you.

thisjun
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Re: SoftEther VPN deployed by an MSP

Post by thisjun » Thu Feb 21, 2019 5:41 am

SoftEther VPN can have multiple virtual hub.
Theses virtual hubs are separated until cascade or localbridge is configured.
Theses virtual hubs can share a NIC for accepting VPN connection.

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