>L2TP provide any routing
Are you serious?
Sounds like you just want to make it easy to manage. I do this from my
house to our network with PPTP and EOIP. I have an EOIP tunnel that puts
the office network on the "wan" of my home Mikrotik that masquerades all of
my traffic as a management office IP. Works pretty flawlessly, I can't
think of any issues I've had in the last 2-3 years doing this.
If you're looking at passing customer traffic/DHCP server/etc over the link
I would strongly suggest just putting another box at the other network,
like another Powercode BMU/Mikrotik/etc.
1100 Wayne St
Troy, OH 45373
On Mon, Mar 12, 2018 at 9:28 AM, David McCullough via Mikrotik-users <
> We are expanding into a new market, which will extend our service base.
> This new market currently has a fiber drain and we will be connecting these
> two markets onto a single network in the coming months. In the mean time we
> need to implement a site-to-site VPN so that we can monitor the new markets
> equipment, migrate to our DHCP server, etc.
> Both networks are utilizing MikroTik equipment. Our network is utilizing
> OSPF, while the new market just has static routes. We are looking at the
> various options to integrate the site-to-site VPN. We are thinking to
> implement L2TP. Will L2TP provide any routing? Will we need to enable GRE?
> Should we just add static routes, since it’s temporary.
> David McCullough
> Hill Country Wireless & Technology
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