09-09-2014 08:04 PM
I realize that site-to-site VPN is possible with one controller having a dynamic IP, however I'm looking for any advice or recommendations on how I might chose a controller and/or configure this before ordering equipment.
My scenario is this: Site A has an existing 620 local running 18.104.22.168-Airgroup & Site B has a 620 master running the same AOS. I will be implementing some new AP's at site A which are not compatible with AOS 6.1.X so I'm looking at using a new 7005 running 6.4 code. Site A does NOT have a static public IP while site B DOES. My plan is to make the 7005 at site A a standalone master & then create a site-to-site VPN back to site B's master. This would allow for the same type of L3 routing that we already have with the master-local IPSEC tunnels.
I'm open to any thoughts, suggestions. Thanks in advance.
09-14-2014 06:46 AM
Is your question about if you should use the 7005 to terminate a site to site VPN using dynamic ip addresses?
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09-15-2014 12:43 PM
My question is, does anyone see any reason why this would not work or if there are any "gotcha's" with tryin to do a site-to-site between a 7005 & a 620. The 7005 would have a dynamic public IP while the 620 would be static.