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Dual-DMVPN Design with Dual Hubs on a single router ??

Hi All,

In DMVPN, in Dual-DMVPN Design with Dual Hubs , can a single router perform the role of dual hubs.

The router has two different internet links. It is intended that when one link goes down, spokes shud connect to the same router onto the other active internet connection. Is this possible ?

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Re: Dual-DMVPN Design with Dual Hubs on a single router ??

Since no one has answered yet, I'll give you the practical answer.

You'll have issues with IPSec and static routing. "DMVPN" itself probably wouldn't have an issue, but it would depend on IPSec and routing to work.

It is easier, by far, to put in a second router. And when you factor in your time to try to make it work (and it may not work), the second router is less expensive.

Rob

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