My company currently has a site located within the Philippines with poor data communications. We currently have 2 x ISP(A) DSL services, and 1 x ISP(B) DSL services that are at maximum bandwidth. Whilst we have a new MPLS connectivity project in progress we have to come up with an interim solution to enhance bandwidth.
We use the connections to supply IPSEC VPN connectivity to one of our main offices within Australia (3 seperate IPSEC VPNs…one per WAN connection.) The Hardware in use is a legacy design that has poorly grown, with a Cisco firewall router doing basic outbound load balancing for the 2 x ISB (A) links, and the other link going through a different Juniper Firewall to its associated modem.
I am considering obtaining a Pepwave MAX 700 device to enable supplementing 3G and 4G connectivity with the existing 3 x DSL connections.
Can we create multiple ipsec tunnels back to our head office using the Pepwave MAX 700 (IE one tunnel per WAN connection)?
Can we load balance across the multiple ipsec tunnels
Can the Pepwave Max 700 create IPSEC tunnels to a linux based firewall at the remote end.
If the answer is no to points 1/2/3 what would the best device be to use within the remote end to allow PPTP. I would prefer this device if required also supported having multiple external sites to have individual/meshed PPTP links (IE more than one Pepwave MAX 700 or equivalent device, connecting back to the head office)
Can the Pepwave MAX 700 support 3 x DSL (Ethernet tails) links, and some USB modems concurrently.