I have a FusionHub with a VRF for the customer 1, and this customer 1 they have a few Peplink HD4 deployed, and we need have access to some device connected in the Peplink HD4 LAN. I can’t use remote access on the HD4 becouse my cellular interfaces and the NAT from the providers.
I thinking use mi FusionHub for this, but in the VRF options in don’t have the remote access option.
How to can I have remote access with fusionhub and vrf just for the customer 1.
For me its agility - the ability to rapid deploy a Speedfusion Point of Presence in nearly any country globally in 10mins or less.
We should probably talk if this is an issue for you - or speak with your account manager and ask for their advice. There are also specialist Fusionhub Hosting partners out there that can help simplify this.
Blockquote We should probably talk if this is an issue for you - or speak with your account manager and ask for their advice. There are also specialist Fusionhub Hosting partners out there that can help simplify this
Off course is a issue, we are expecting consolidate all customer in one solution, for resource and manage problem, that was FusionHub offering, but the “vrf lite or just for speedfusion” really it’s not a solution, it’s a shame.
The solution it’s not bringing up a solution per customer
Forgive me for not being clear. My point is that its not an issue for me - so maybe there is something in the approach that I’m taking that might be useful to you (or not - whatever) - its why we’re here on the forum right?
As I have done. InControl lets me manage many hundreds of Fusionhubs for my customers and my partners customers to deliver both large scale ‘single’ services and individual custom solutions.
An answer to this problem is running multiple Fusionhubs - however completely understand if that doesn’t fit your model.
If that isn’t the right fit for you that’s fine you’ll just have to engineer around the issue - or not if its a deal breaker.
It’s quite straight forward to use a 3rd party firewall as the remote client access solution when using just a single Fusionhub for Routing between multiple customer locations (although VRF doesn’t fit in that approach as routing and security is managed by the firewall appliance).
In the meantime I’m sure the Peplink team will update this thread as new VRF capabilities are discussed and developed. They might already have a remote client access per VRF plan in the works - I know there was a SpeedFusion software VPN client in development a few years ago which could be the tidiest fix to this particular issue as remote users could then sit within the same VRF as remote devices. Lets see what 2021 brings…