Point to MultiPoint VPN w/qos

Jason LeBlanc jml at packetpimp.org
Tue Sep 6 12:33:04 CDT 2011


Correct.  But it works very well and is really simple to build and 
manage.  We use 8xx routers on our spokes, very cheap.

On 09/06/2011 01:22 PM, Ryan Finnesey wrote:
> DMVPN would only work with 100% cisco hardware right?
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Brant I. Stevens [mailto:branto at networking-architecture.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, September 06, 2011 10:26 AM
> To: Brandon Kim; positivelyoptimistic at gmail.com; nanog group
> Subject: Re: Point to MultiPoint VPN w/qos
>
> I would go with Cisco's DMVPN, and its multiple endpoint offerings.  A 19xx
> router sounds like it would meet your needs for the remotes.
>
> Spoke-to-Spoke tunnels are created on-demand, can use dynamic routing, and
> it supports multicast for things like Music on Hold, etc.
>
> Contact me offline and I can share more.
>
> -Brant
>
> On 9/6/11 10:19 AM, "Brandon Kim"<brandon.kim at brandontek.com>  wrote:
>
>> Yes, a SonicWALL NSA 240 has 8 interfaces built in....
>>
>> This sounds like a very fun project....
>>
>>
>>
>>> Date: Tue, 6 Sep 2011 08:49:13 -0500
>>> Subject: Point to MultiPoint VPN w/qos
>>> From: positivelyoptimistic at gmail.com
>>> To: nanog at nanog.org
>>>
>>> Greetings
>>>
>>> We have acquired a new client that has 98 remote endpoints.  At each
>>> site  there is a need for 4 ip telephones and two vpn tunnels back to
>>> two separate datacenters.  (1 voice, 1 citrix farm).   The sites don't
>>> talk
>>> to each other, just to the two data centers.
>>>
>>> Does anyone have a suggestion for a single piece of hardware that
>>> would support 8 or less Ethernet interfaces and the two vpn tunnels ?
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>> -Optimistic
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