We want to remove MPLS using peplink appliances, but we have some questions about the fact it’s possible, and how to do it… so, any help will be appreciate
- What we have right now is a classical MPLS Wan, wit h a backup site, as you can see here :
As you can see, all traffic is sent to the HQ site. Servers are there, and people are working on them. When some traffic need to go to internet, it goes thru a “dedicated” link protected by a firewall. No problem.
- What we want to do is to remove the MPLS and build a Wan, using speedfusion links between peplink appliances, something like that :
My first question is : is it possible to use the same peplink appliance on the HQ site to build the speedfusion links with all sites, AND receive the Internet flow after the firewall check ?
As you can see, we want to aggregate links to maximise speedfusion links. Can we build something to be sure the internet traffic coming from remote site will be routed to firewall, and if not dropped, be routed back to peplink, to go to internet and not to speedfusion ?
Some advice about what and how to do ? Using drop-in mode and force route on firewall ? other ideas ?
- …of course, we want to be able to use the backup site, just in case we loose the HQ one. So we want to be able to do something like that :
Do you think it’s possible ? Some advice about what and how to do ?
Thank you very much for your help, and perhaps someone already built something like that : any feedback will be greatly appreciated.