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Can I create a Site-to-Site VPN  using 2 Cisco 2811 Routers (One at each site)? Do I need a Metro-E or any other WAN technology installed so the VPN can ride on top of that? Thanks

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yep, it is working.....Only that you need to reach booth of routers Internet or Metro-Ethernet!

Pleae refer this page:
http://www.networkstraining.com/lan-to-lan-ipsec-vpn-between-two-cisco-routers/
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You just need to connect the routers to the Internet with static IPs.  If they can ping each other you can setup a VPN.

If you are using WAN technology you might not even need a VPN, since most of those technologies are private circuit.
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