For a project (less than 100 branch offices and 2 Headquarters connected in an hub&spoke topology with IPSEC over MPLS among branch and HQ)
I’m looking for the best device which cover the following items:
Branch: Single device At least two Ethernet interfaces (WAN/LAN) Ipsec supporting 10-50-100 Mbs 3DES Routing protocols such as BGP-OSPF NAT Redundant power supply (some site not but in principle I need it)
HeadQuarter: Single device with TenG intf At least two XEthernet interfaces (WAN/LAN) IPSEC supporting up to 7-10 Gbs of IPSEC 3DES (the sum of branches) Routing protocols such as BGP-OSPF NAT Redundant power supply
Firewall policy are not needed, MPLS will be runned by two carrier (this is why single device, there will be two single devices (with hsrp/vrrp) per site each one connected to one MPLS carrier), IPSECs tunnels are on-top of MPLS.
I’m looking for the best solution in terms of scalability and price (very important).
I've an idea in my mind but I'd like to share your experience for the decision...
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