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vMX Large on Azure

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vMX Large on Azure

Hello,

 

We are looking to deploy a vMX on Azure, for connectivity to our branch offices.

 

According to Meraki setup guide (vMX Setup Guide for Microsoft Azure - Cisco Meraki) vMX Large is currently not supported for Azure - Only Small and Medium.

 

Anyne knows if/when Large model is to be supported on Azure?

 

Thanks....

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Kind of a big deal

Re: vMX Large on Azure

>However of course I could deploy 2, and manually control which spoke connect to which hub (each set of spokes with their own supernet) - and create routes in azure for these supernets, to their respective vMX hub

 

That is exactly what you would do.

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Kind of a big deal

Re: vMX Large on Azure

Another for a Meraki rep to answer.

 

@MeredithW , @CarolineS 

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Kind of a big deal

Re: vMX Large on Azure

Have you considered using two mediums (and homing half the sites on one and a half on the other)?

https://www.willette.works/active-active-meraki-sd-wan-headends/ 

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Re: vMX Large on Azure

well actually i did not consider that option as the this is in azure, and I am not sure this scenario would be supported? at least not as an active-active solution as described on the link you mentioned - I guess this requires shared IP on the MXs? which I don't think is supported in Azure...

 

However of course I could deploy 2, and manually control which spoke connect to which hub (each set of spokes with their own supernet) - and create routes in azure for these supernets, to their respective vMX hub

Kind of a big deal

Re: vMX Large on Azure

>However of course I could deploy 2, and manually control which spoke connect to which hub (each set of spokes with their own supernet) - and create routes in azure for these supernets, to their respective vMX hub

 

That is exactly what you would do.

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