I am studying for my ISCW exam and I have just come across the concept of Easy VPN. I have already created numerous IPSec Site-to-Site VPNs, and first I thought that EzVPN is basically a VPN from the VPN client (aka a computer) to the VPN server(router). However in the Cisco book, there is an example config for EzVPN between routers, which in my head is a site-to-site VPN. Can anyone please cast some light on this for me?
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Re: Easy VPN vs Site-to-Site IPSec VPN
9 years 2 weeks ago #30268
I'm still learning VPN too so this is what I know so far.
Easy VPN can indeed work in both site-to-site or remote access scenarios. The word "Easy" here refers to the ability of the VPN server to push policy (attributes) to the Easy VPN Client (or other site). This makes it easier to make new policy changes and enables the Client or other site to have minimal configuration.
The video and the Q&A on the following link can be useful: