Hi, I'd like to ask some clarifications regarding GET VPN. Can I configure GET VPN on my internet facing routers? If no, does GET VPN can run on top of an existing DMVPN? Or is it limited to private WANs only.
The architecture described in this publication provides detailed steps for setting up a scalable PKI for enterprise IPSec VPN deployments. This design document provides guidelines for migrating from existing pre-shared key-based environments to PKI-based certificates. It also addresses a hybrid model involving both pre-shared keys and PKI certificates.
In the current phase of this architecture, DMVPN is used as the underlying encryption system, but in latter phases the GETVPN will be also tested.
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