I am new configuring Meraki devices. They ask me to set up a MX84 for site-to-site VPN with a non-meraki devices, some router Cisco C800 that have Dynamic IP. Is that possible?
Does anyone know how to configure this in the MX84?
Thank you in advance for your help.
I can't find anything saying this is not possible.. most of the back end across the Mx's are the same except certain hardware differences. I know it works for our MX100 so I see no reason it would not work with the MX84.
You can create Site-to-site VPN tunnels between the MX appliance and a Non-Meraki VPN endpoint device under the Non-Meraki VPN peers section on the Security & SD-WAN > Configure > Site-to-site VPN page. Simply click "Add a peer" and enter the following information:
Note that if an MX is configured with a default route (0.0.0.0/0) to a Non-Meraki VPN peer, traffic will not failover to the WAN, even if the connection goes down.
I know how to create site-to-site VPN between the MX84 and other non-meraki peer devices with static IP address. Just add the IP address in the Public IP address Field and it works. But the problem I have now is that the other non-meraki peers have dynamic IP addresses that are getting changed.
ohhh.. that would be tricky.. you would need to use some DDNS service or something I would think.. it would be less than ideal but it would work.
>They ask me to set up a MX84 for site-to-site VPN with a non-meraki devices, some router Cisco C800 that have Dynamic IP. Is that possible?
No. You will need a static IP on the 800 series.
So, you're telling me Meraki does not support site-to-site VPN with dynamic IP peers like a normal ISR router does?
I know this an old post.. however I was able to get around it. The workaround for me was to detect the new ip(spoke side) and run a script to 1) change the configuration of the spoke side router 2) call Meraki MX API can change the "remote ip"..
Cant post my script, however I used thirdPartyVPNPeers API Call. More info at https://documenter.getpostman.com/view/7928889/SVmsVg6K?version=latest