I hope someone has run into this situation and could share some feedback. I would like to implement CVO for about 100 remote users, and I was wondering if you can do "CVO" without the use of the MEVO application. I have no difficulty in setting up DMVPN for these spokes as I plan to manually provision them gradually. My concerns involve how to use a policy for the remote ISR's such that only the employee is allowed access to the corporate LAN via dot1x or LDAP authentication so the other family members would not get routed across the tunnel when browsing the web. I'm not sure if this "template" is pushed dynamically by MEVO or if I can just manually configure these commands on the ISR's. Other than a "zero-touch" deployment, I'm not really sure what I'm missing by not investing thousands of dollars on the MEVO app.
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