If the link is to cisco/en/US/partner then it almost certainly does require a specific type of CCO account.
Setting up a GRE tunnel is not difficult and will work if you have set it up so that the 2 routers can ping each others outward facing interfaces. The configuration might look something like this:
interface tunnel 0
tunnel source 10.242.1.1
tunnel destination 10.242.120.1
The configuration of the other router would just reverse the source and destination addresses and pick an appropriate IP address for the tunnel. Then to get traffic from the LAN of both routers you would want to configure static routes for the remote LAN with the peer tunnel address as the next hop in the static route.
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