Advanced DMVPN webinar: router configurations

If you register for my Advanced DMVPN webinar (register here), you’ll get 12 sets of complete router configurations covering every single design scenario described in the webinar. The seven router lab topology emulates an enterprise DMVPN deployment with a redundant central site, a redundant remote site (with two routers) and two non-redundant remote sites (using two uplinks in a few scenarios). The seventh router emulates the Internet. The configurations can be used on any hardware (real or otherwise) supporting recent Cisco IOS software, allowing you to test and modify the design scenarios discussed in the webinar.

The router configurations cover the following scenarios:

  • DMVPN phase 1 without IPSec, using OSPF as the routing protocol;
  • DMVPN phase 1 with shared-key IPSec (OSPF routing);
  • DMVPN phase 2 with shared-key IPSec (OSPF routing);
  • DMVPN phase 2 with default routing toward central site (DMVPN in OSPF stub area);
  • DMVPN phase 2 with uplinks to two ISPs, no IPSec and tunnel route selection;
  • DMVPN phase 2 with uplinks to two ISPs and one or two Internet VRFs;
  • DMVPN phase 2 with ODR routing;
  • DMVPN phase 2 with one-way RIP routing (hub site is passive);
  • DMVPN phase 2 with two-tier central site with IPSec offload;
  • DMVPN phase 3 with dual-star ODR routing;
  • DMVPN phase 3 with multiple hubs in the same DMVPN cloud and mixed RIP+OSPF routing over DMVPN;

2 comments:

  1. Hi Ivan, just wondering if "recent Cisco IOS software" means Release 15 ?
    Thanks

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  2. Have to confirm, but I think I was working with 15.0 (I'm on vacation for a few days)

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Ivan Pepelnjak, CCIE#1354, is the chief technology advisor for NIL Data Communications. He has been designing and implementing large-scale data communications networks as well as teaching and writing books about advanced technologies since 1990. See his full profile, contact him or follow @ioshints on Twitter.