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Configuration Examples


Basic configuration

Following is an illustration of a basic configuration example.

In this example:

  • Two LANs are connected and two WANJet appliances are installed.
  • LAN1 has SL1 installed and LAN2 has SL2 installed.
  • LAN2 is a remote network of LAN1 and LAN1 is the remote network of LAN2.
  • SL1 sends processed data to SL2 to handle, while SL2 sends processed data to SL1 to handle.
    Table 9.1 Basic configuration specifications
     
    WJ1
    WJ2
    IP Address
    192.168.150.100
    192.168.100.100
    Local Network
    192.168.150.0/24
    192.168.100.0/24
    Gateway
    192.168.150.2
    192.168.100.2
    Remote Network
    192.168.100.2
    192.168.150.2


Figure 9.1 Basic configuration diagram

Mesh configuration

Following is an illustration of a mesh configuration example.

In this example:

  • Three LANS are connected and three WANJet appliances are installed.
  • LAN1 has SL1 installed, LAN2 has SL2 installed, and LAN3 has SL3 installed.
  • LAN2 and LAN3 are the remote WANJet appliances of LAN1, LAN1, and LAN3 are the remote WANJet appliances of LAN2, and LAN1, and LAN2 are the remote WANJet appliances s of LAN3.
  • SL1 sends processed data to SL2 and SL3 to handle, SL2 sends processed data to SL1 and SL3 to handle, and SL3 sends processed data to SL1 and SL2 to handle.
    Table 9.2 Example mesh configuration specifications
     
    WJ1
    WJ2
    WJ3
    IP Address
    192.168.100.2
    10.0.0.2
    192.168.200.100
    Local Network
    192.168.100.0/24
    10.0.0.0/16
    192.168.200.0/24
    Gateway
    192.168.100.1
    10.0.0.1
    192.168.200.1
    Remote Network 1
    10.0.0.2
    192.168.200.100
    192.168.100.2
    Remote Network 2
    192.168.200.100
    192.168.100.2
    10.0.0.2


Figure 9.2 Mesh configuration diagram

Hub and spoke configuration

Following is an illustration of a hub and spoke configuration example.

In this example:

  • Three LANS are connected and three WANJet appliances are installed.
  • One LAN is connected to the other two LANs, and the other two LANs are connected to this LAN only and not to each other.
  • LAN1 has SL1 installed, LAN2 has SL2 installed, and LAN3 has SL3 installed.
  • SL1 sends processed data to both SL2 and SL3 to handle, SL2 sends processed data to SL1 only to handle, and SL3 sends processed data to SL1 only to handle.
    Table 9.3 Example hub and spoke configuration specifications
     
    WJ1
    WJ2
    WJ3
    IP Address
    192.168.100.2
    10.0.0.2
    192.168.200.100
    Local Network
    192.168.100.0/24
    10.0.0.0/16
    192.168.200.0/24
    Gateway
    192.168.100.1
    10.0.0.1
    192.168.200.1
    Remote Network 1
    10.0.0.2
    192.168.200.100
    192.168.100.2
    Remote Network 2
    192.168.100.2
       


Figure 9.3 Hub and spoke configuration diagram

Redundant configuration

Following is an illustration of a redundant configuration example.

In this example:

  • Two LANS are connected and one of the LANs has a redundant WANJet appliances installed.
  • LAN1 has two WANJet appliances installed, SL1-1 and SL1-2, and LAN2 has SL2 installed. SL1-2 is the redundant peer of SL1-1, in case of failure of any of the routers the other router and its corresponding WANJet appliance resumes function.
  • SL1-1 processes the data of half the subnets of LAN1 (Subnet A), while SL1-2 processes the data of the other half of the subnets of LAN1 (Subnet B).
  • SL1-1 sends processed data to SL2 to handle, and SL1-2 sends processed data to SL2 to handle.
  • SL2 processes, and sends the data that should be routed to Subnet A to SL1-1 to handle. SL2 processes and sends the data that should be routed to Subnet B to SL1-2 to handle.
  •  

    Table 9.4 Example redundant configuration specifications
     
    WJ1-1
    WJ1-2
    WJ2
    IP Address
    10.55.55.3
    10.55.55.4
    192.168.200.100
    Local Network
    10.55.55.0/24
    10.55.55.0/24
    192.168.200.0/24
    Gateway
    10.55.55.1
    10.55.55.2
    192.168.200.1
    Remote Network
    192.168.200.100
    192.168.200.100
    10.55.55.3
    Subnet
    10.55.55.0/24
    Remote Network
    10.55.55.4
    Subnet
    10.55.55.0/24

     



Figure 9.4 Redundant configuration diagram

LAN router configuration

Following is an illustration of a LAN configuration example.

In this example:

  • A VLAN switch connects two or more virtual networks to a WANJet appliance and the WANJet appliance is connected to the outside WAN through another router.
  • LAN1 has SL1 installed, LAN2 has SL2 installed.
  • LAN1 is divided into two virtual networks VLAN100, and VLAN 200. A VLAN switch is acting as the router between the two LANs and between both of them and SL1. WANJet appliance considers this VLAN switch as its gateway because it connects WANJet appliance (SL1) to its local network (LAN1).
  • WANJet appliance sees the local network through the VLAN switch. So, in order for WANJet appliance to see, and process the data of the virtual LANs, you have to add these LANs as subnets to LAN1.
  • LAN1 and SL1 is connected to the outside WAN through another router (that is, the LAN Router).
    Table 9.5 LAN router configuration specifications
     
    WJ1
    WJ2
    IP Address
    192.168.1.100
    10.10.20.100
    Local Network
    192.168.1.0/24
    10.10.20.0/24
    Subnets
    VLAN 100: 192.168.100.0/24
    VLAN 200: 192.168.200.0/24
     
    WAN Gateway
    192.168.1.1
    10.10.20.1
    LAN Router
    192.168.1.2
    N/A


Figure 9.5 Example LAN router diagram



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