We have a use case where we want to connect many endpoint devices which is on the network behind firewall.
I am looking for some strategy to achieve this and have some questions on below .
1) If we attache additional NIC on PAM
one will serve internal traffic and another will server traffic for network behind firewall
How the user will be redirected to the device behind firewall ?
How would be make sure that two networks are still isolated, do we have something to control ?
We dont want PAM to become router or jump host for two different networks.
Lets say we have two devices
Internal - 10.10.x.x
External - 212.192.x.x
When the user tries to connect 212.192.x.x device from the PAM console, how the user will be routed to the NIC connected with Network behind firewall ?
When the user tries to connect 10.10.x.x device from the PAM console, how the user will be routed to the NIC connted to Internal network.