I have a CVG and a BR100 and a BR200.
What I am trying to do is the following:
Site A is main site with CVG installed and access to the Internet.
Site B is a branch site which is connected to the Internet but not to Site A.
Both Site's A and B already exist with separate servers/non-overlapping IP address ranges etc.
What we would like to do is create a site to site VPN using Aerohive between Site A and Site B, which basically allows IT at Site A to use things like monitoring tools/RDP to access servers at Site B, and for users at Site B to be able to access a selection of servers at Site A such as Intranet server.
In my reading I have seen I require a L3 tunnel in order for the two way connection to take place. Where I am getting confused is the IP address allocation by Aerohive (I think it is the VLAN to Subnet section?). I have attempted to use the Quick Start policy options, but seem to have got even more confused..
(Do I need anything other than a single IP Management network?)
I guess in this instance I am expecting a simple point to point link. At Site A I would simply like to add a route to our core switch that says for IP ranges hosted at Site B send traffic to the internal interface of the CVG and then at Site B for the BR device to have a Site B internal IP that I would then send traffic to using Site B's core switch?
All the documentation I can find seems to assume I want the BR device to allocate IP addresses and do all routing at Site B which it seems I do not want...
Am I missing something?