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Are there any other technologies like Cisco DMVPN that use dynamic tunneling in layer 3 networks?

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closed as not a real question by Michael Hampton, Mike Pennington, voretaq7 Aug 7 '12 at 1:52

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There are literally dozens of tunneling mechanisms. Are you asking about crypto? Overlays? Traffic engineering mechanisms? Tunneling L2 over L3? Is there a specific problem you're trying to solve? – rnxrx Aug 6 '12 at 18:47
The answer to your question is "Yes". That answer being pretty much useless, please ask a more specific question and maybe we can tell you something that is actually usefu... – voretaq7 Aug 7 '12 at 1:53

As hand made solution is possible to register all nodes on dynamic dns, maybe private. and ask dns for IP of other peer to connect.

Central point can be redundant, with replicated DDNS.

This solution can bbe dveloped as deep as necessary.

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