I got tasked at work to design a vpn network with atleast 20 sites. Some of the requirements that i am not sure of how to configure.
Has to support multicast
Transport of broadcast packets over multicast enabled networks
Sites has to be able to communicate with each other
I was thinking of a DMVPN solution for this since they want me to configure all the routers before sending them to the other sites. I have configured DMVPN's in the past but in that topology there were no requirements of broadcast and multicast traffic.
So my questions for you guys is..
Do you think using Dmvpn's is the best solution? Does it even work?
If not Dmvpn's, any ideas to share on how you would of designed it?
Long time has passed since i started this thread, still having issues with this :P But the situation is a bit different now, actually have a somewhat of
a configuration that is....in progress. Would really appreciate it if someone could take a look at my configurations and see what is wrong. Multicast
works if i connect it this way Sending_computer-->Spoke-->Hub-->computer. This means if i connect the receiver directly to the HUB multicast/broadcast works through the tunnel.
The final topology will look like this Sending_Computer->Spoke1-->HUB-->Spoke2-->Receiving_Computer. In other words the sender is connected to a Spoke, multicast should go through the HUB and reach the receiver who also is connected to a spoke.
I hope my explanation is good enough for you guys to understand, the public ip of the HUB is 10.10.10.10.
If the sites are going to be in different subnets (good choice), then that will stop broadcasts by default. You can still ru multicast with PIM Sparse or Dense mode. Is there a reason for each site to receive each others broadcast?
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