Is it possible to use "security zones" across a VPN?
Thanks in advance for reading, I'm new to this and it's a bit complicated for me. I recently set up a VPN between two Netvanta routers and want to have the same configuring work across our physical locations but aren't sure how to do it.
As a quick summary, my network looks like this:
Has Vlan1 and Vlan2
Security zones are configured such that traffic originating in Vlan1 can go to Vlan2 (e.g., you can remote desktop from one to the other). However, you can't do the same from Vlan2 to Vlan1.
Netvanta #2: connected via VPN to Netvanta #1
Has Vlan3 and Vlan4
Security zones are configured such that traffic originating in Vlan3 can go to Vlan4 (e.g., you can remote desktop from one to the other). However, you can't do the same from Vlan4 to Vlan3.
I want to make this same configuration work across the VPN such that:
Traffic originating from Vlan1 can go to Vlan4 but not the reverse
Traffic originating from Vlan3 can go to Vlan2 but not the reverse
I'm not sure how to do this since I don't think the notion of "security zones" can stretch across a VPN.