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We have a public and a private network, and we use the Cisco CSR to route traffic between them. In our private network, we have a Cisco Nexus 1000V virtualization switch that works with VMware. Our goal was to have our two LANs work together as a layer two network, and this solution forms the gateway between them. Our CSR is set up such that one end is connected to the internet, whereas the other end connects to our public network. We have a route between the CSR and our Nexus 1000V, which is directly connected to the other switch that is included with VMware.
Gateway communication for IoT activities is our primary use case. We were looking for a stable mobility solution.
We have been trying to establish VPN connections between retail locations on our AWS VPC. This has not been very reliable from our experience.
The primary use case is routing ingress traffic to various VPCs.
We use it to create a transit VPC within multiple AWS accounts.
We use it to connect different accounts with different weaknesses and also with the on-premise data center.
Our primary use case of this solution is for routing.
It's in our transit VPC and transit router. We use it as a way to connect multiple environments together and also our third-party vendors together. So, it is a VPN.
We have migrate our customers to the cloud along with their on-premise router. Therefore, when migrate their infrastructure to the cloud, we migrate Cisco too. This is our first use case with Cisco migrating a high availability infrastructure.