Snipe Lv2Posted 30 Sep 2022 13:36
You must manually find the conflict on the 52 VPN connections. That is the only way
Brooker Lv3Posted 30 Sep 2022 13:41
Check the last configuration of VPN. I think the issue pops up on your last config because it detected a duplicate when it is configured.
Carrot Lv3Posted 30 Sep 2022 13:48
You should have a record or a list of IPs on all of your network to monitor the conflict.
Happpy Lv3Posted 08 Oct 2022 19:59
This is warning when adding a subnet that is already exist.
LucyHeart Lv3Posted 08 Oct 2022 20:05
Conflicting issue occurs when you have same network on different interfaces which is not a good practice
grayice499 Lv2Posted 08 Oct 2022 21:02

Basically there is warning to the firewall that says that subnet is already use before you can configure or add subnet
nobitachou Lv2Posted 08 Oct 2022 21:05
you have same network on different interfaces which is not a good practice for routing or VPN etc. Check your all classless networks and assign IPs to VPN peers accordingly.
babeshuka Lv3Posted 08 Oct 2022 21:09
you use the third tools for removing the IP conflitcs issues
soneosansan Lv3Posted 08 Oct 2022 21:29

The issue is IP subnet conflict. A VPN connection must not have the same subnet on both ends, so you must check this and change the subnet to resolve the issue.
damulagski Lv3Posted 08 Oct 2022 21:40

It appears that you must reinstall the software and download all of its components.

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