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I humbly seek your assistance on setting up a network.
It is a unique setup that has been done in the past with Cisco devices... I would like to introduce Sophos devices but want to ensure I can provide all required features.
I have tried to create a diagram to show what is required... we also need the following requirements covered:
My Question is, do you think I can achieve this same setup with Sophos devices?Network Layout.pdf
please refer to the following kb:
In reply to lferrara:
Thanks a lot @Iferrara I appreciate the links.
I have gone through both KB's and can deduce the sophos devices can run the BGP protocol and run VPN connectivity.
I was just wondering if anyone has a similar setup in production and if there are any issues I should be aware of... particularly around throughput and speed.
Lastly, Is is possible to run another hub as a failover and have all the spokes point to it as well in the case of the first failing?
In reply to Seun Morafa1:
I am not sure if you can achieve this by creating failover group for IPSec.
I never tried to have failover group for hub and spoke.
If you can try, please let the community know.
I'm not sure this KB answers my question.. Let me ask it in different way.
Is it possible to have 2 VPN connections on a sophos device (spoke). If the answer is yes, then that should answer my question I think.. If there is always an existing tunnel, clients should be able to always reach the targeted resources... correct me if I'm wrong please.