I’m trying to implement Twingate for my team and we have ran into the following issue.
We have multiple AWS VPCs in different accounts / regions, but due to a bad past design choice, all of our VPC CIDRs are overlapping.
The situation is made even worse by having fixed IP addresses such as 10.0.22.4 which belongs to multiple EC2s in multiple VPCs.
I was still able to add as a test 2 Remote Networks in Twingate and installed the Connectors successfully, however, as far as I understand, the Twingate client is simulatenously connected to both Remote Networks.
Therefore, when I attempt an RDP or SSH connection, it’s a hit or miss.
I suppose the packets do not know which network to go to.
Is there any good solution to this other than re-addressing all of our VPCs (and hundreds of EC2s, subnets, etc within)?