we have a 15 branches and 1 main branch(hub and spoke) which is running may be bgp over mpls maintained by isp so he provides us router and extra hww interfaces.but now we are going to another isp who doesnot provide to hardware like router and his hww interface ,now we need to chose which router is better and which routing is better and with mpls ,for hub location and spokes location which router and protocol better,
for hub side bandwith is 50mbps
for spoke side bandwith is 20 and 10 mbps
primary link is line
secondary link is wireless
third link is datacard
so which router , what protocol over mpls and any hardware interfaces for hub and spoke for now and if i want to increase bandwith and links for futuer purpose also
Between hub and spoke are you running dmvpn or what kid of setup is it. if it is dmvpn eigrp is the recommended protocol to run though ospf can also be used with good design, however in terms of simplicity and sclability eigrp is preffred.
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