Thanks for your reply.
I should have explained in more detail:
The same setup you describe I have used numerous times. What I wanted to achieve here is this:
HQ — ZS — BRIDGE / VPN — INTERNET — VPN / BRIDGE — NOTEBOOK
HQ Network: 192.168.0.0/24
Notebook IP: 192.168.0.x
After establishing the VPN connection the Notebook would be assigned an IP from the HQ’s DCHP server. Like what can be done with a LAN-TO-LAN VPN bridge with two ZSs, just without the second ZS – That’s what I meant by “bridged RoadWarrior”
The “standard Roadwarrior” in ZS uses a routed VPN though where the Notebook would get 192.168.250.x and all traffic to 192.168.0.0./24 would be routed.
Now I’ve run into a case where the notebook should be “transparently mobile”…