I am in the position of design a VPN network which include fifteen sites the main site all the fifteen sites will communicate with each other via the main site. I want to be very clear about this. The Cisco products I will deploy at each of the fifteen sites are listed below:
The 1602r for dial up network at each sites incase of the main router fails.
15 1602r with
IP/FW featurePack CD16-CH-12.1.1=
IP PLUS IPSEC 56 FEATURE PACK CD16-CL-12.1.1=
IP/FW PLUS IPSEC 56 FEATURE PACK CD16-CHL-12.1.1=
WITH 2 FLASH MEMORY AS EXTRA EACH.
This is going to be the main router at each sites with its feature
WITH 15 VPN DAUGHTER CARD INCLUDE THE SOFTWARE, MEMORY UPGRADE AND VPN MODULE.
WITH 2 WAN INTERFACE CARDS EACH
And the below for the main site with two 7120 for network resillience and redundant .
1 WAN INTERFACE CARD EACH.
Please could you advice on the best solution to this.
I believed I'd made right selections for the equipments
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