ISP + hardware redundancy to consider, ease of management, future scalability
Each HQ_C?? site has collapsed core with vpn and mpls terminating on different routers.
Total 4 Countries
Country #1 named as HQ_C1
which hosts scala erp for rest of the countries, all international countries connects via vpn gre over ipsec
10 cities connect to country#1 HQ_C1 over gre over ipsec
single hub no redundancy
Country #2 named as HQ_C2
establishes vpn gre over ipsec with HQ_C1
20 local sites in country#2 connect to HQ_C2 over local mpls provider and get scala access using VPN establish between country#2 to country#1
With growth expected ;-
5 Main sites will be estalibshed in country#2, each main site will have around 100+ concurrent users and need to access scala directly from HQ_C1 and have mpls connection between main sites + HQ_C2 for other services i.e voip, portals, messaging
HQ_C2 will have Two ISP to have redundancy on vpn with HQ_C1
Country #3 named as HQ_C3
establishes vpn with HQ_C1 only
10 local sites in country#3 connect to HQ_C3 over local mpls provider and get scala access using VPN establish between country#3 to country#1
HQ_C3 will have two ISP for vpn redundancy with two vpn routers
Country#4 ( scenario same as country#3 with only 7 local sites )
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