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Point2Point L2 migration to MPLS! Help needed!

Posted on 2017-12-07
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Hi Team,

We are currently going through a change of infrastructure and of service provider and I was looking for some advice on our situation.

The current network is provided as a "Lan Extension Service/Point 2 Point Layer 2" and goes through a second site:

Main Office -> Remote Office 1 -> Satellite Office 2

There are multiple subnets/VLANs within Satelite Office 2
Data VLANs within Office 2 are a mix of static and DHCP with IP helper pointing to remote end of LES (Main Office)

New provider is an MPLS solution
Remote Office 1 is being decomissioned

Is setting up a Site-to-site VPN from Main Office - Satellite Office 2 feasible with minimal impact? How could this be implemented successfully?

DHCP over IPSEC VPN (Cisco ASA's 5506) - will this work?
There is a plan for multiple S2S IPSEC VPNs for other services/sites

This is time critical and the transition should be seamless to the end users, however future change at Satellite Office 2 will see all clients go to DHCP.

Any advice or suggestions you can provide would be great!

Thanks!
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