It can work, but the interesting part of it is that the biggest selling point for DMVPN is that there is a zero-touch feature on the hub. That means you can dynamically add spokes without having to perform any configurations on the hub. Moreover, the spokes can have dynamic addressing of their public interface (like DSL). That means the hub doesnt have to be statically configured to talk to the spoke.
If you decide to go with eBGP, all that is lost. You will have to manually configure the BGP peering on the hub and if the spoke is dynamically assigned an IP address by an ISP, you will have to go to the hub and manually configure the peer address once again.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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