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This topic is a chance to discuss more about the best practices to configure, deploy and troubleshoot Dynamic Multi-point VPN (DMVPN) on Cisco Routers. The session provides insight about the base components involved in DMVPN and its different phases of deployment. It focus particularly on the basic configuration of its phases and on the best practices required when using DMVPN on Cisco routers.
Dynamic Multipoint VPN is a Cisco IOS/IOS-XE Software solution for building scalable IPsec Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). This routing technique is used to build Virtual Private Networks with multiple sites without having to statically configure all devices, DMVPN essentially creates a mesh VPN topology over the public or private WAN or Internet. Its deployments include mechanisms such as GRE tunneling and IPsec encryption with Next Hop Resolution Protocol (NHRP) routing, they are designed to reduce administrative burden and provide reliable dynamic connectivity between sites.
Ask questions from Monday November 26th to Friday 14th of December, 2018
Leonardo Peña Davilais a Network Engineer with over 15 years of experience on network design, enterprise networks, administration and support. He works as Network Engineer on Microplus Computo y Servicios in Mexico. Before he worked on Petroleos de Venezuela as Network Engineer administrating and managing a diverse amount of complex networks, from WLC, ACS, ASA to CUCM. Leonardo obtained his first Cisco CCNA certification in 2002 and he has a CCNP R&S as well, he is passionate about his profession and committed to keep up-to-date with new technology developments. He is interested on Data Center technology, particularly on Nexus switches, APIC, APIC-EM, VMware virtualization, ESX, ESXi, UCS and Network Programmability.
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