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AutoVPN design question

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AutoVPN design question

I would like to have a WLAN solution in which each site uses a separate VLAN for a specific SSID that is transferred over AutoVPN to a central site. Can I use an MX at the central site that still lets me separate all VLAN from the sites and how would I configure it at the central and remote sites? (Kind of a L2-site-to-site-VPN)

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Re: AutoVPN design question

Nope. AutoVPN doesn't have any segmentation capabilities. 

 

You could look at tunneling the SSID over the autoVPN to a concentrator at your central site...

 

https://documentation.meraki.com/MR/Client_Addressing_and_Bridging/SSID_Tunneling_and_Layer_3_Roamin...

 

That's about all I can think of to get the segmentation you're looking for.

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Re: AutoVPN design question

Nope. AutoVPN doesn't have any segmentation capabilities. 

 

You could look at tunneling the SSID over the autoVPN to a concentrator at your central site...

 

https://documentation.meraki.com/MR/Client_Addressing_and_Bridging/SSID_Tunneling_and_Layer_3_Roamin...

 

That's about all I can think of to get the segmentation you're looking for.

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Hi jdsilva

 

Thanks for your reply and sorry for my late reply. That's indeed the way to go, L2TPv3 Tunnels or EoGRE would be others but due to technical restrictions I'll continue with your idea.

 

Cheers

mat

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