Tailscale version: 1.38.2
Linux (for the subnet routers/gateways)
My Internet provider (Starlink) uses CGNAT in the same way as Tailscale does. I’m trying to connect two subnets, one being my local office LAN, and the other being an AWS VPC, via Tailscale. My office LAN is connected to the Internet via Starlink (using 100.64.0.0/10 for the assigned IP range). As you can imagine, setting my office LAN subnet router up means either adding a manual route (if it’s not the general gateway of the network), or it either routes all traffic supposed to go to Starlink via Tailscale, or no Tailscale traffic (as it routes everthing to Starlink).
Any ideas how I could solve this issue? Starlink cannot provide a different IP range, and Tailscale also don’t.
I understand that technically I could add specific routes to the static IPs of my Tailscale devices, but there are two drawbacks:
- how do I add such static routes on the Tailscale subnet router? Is it sufficient to do standard “ip route add” stuff, or do I need to do some “Tailscale magic” like writing into “table 52” that Tailscale uses?
- how could I avoid an IP clash (even though it’s very unlikely that my Starlink-provided IP will be one of the Tailscale IPs I route manually)?