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Sub network from third party in company network

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Hello Guys,

I have one third party company who is sending preconfigured router(may be firewal) and then they have their own isolated network in our network.

There router(may be firewall) will connect to one of our switchport to get to internet.

They ask me for our ISP IP. They dont ask any internal static IP for there Router.

My question is do i need to configure any static routes in firewall for them or it will just work as connected. What if they need VPN connection to that small sub network ?

Please advice how this scenario going to work ?

Thanks


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