I think it should be possible to create an IPSec tunnel between a Netgear FVS336Gv2 firewall/router and AWS VPC however, I've been unable after several tries. How do I setup a connection for a Amazon VPC?
AWS has just dropped the requirement to establish Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) peerings in order to use the built in VPN connectivity to an Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), see Amazon VPC - Additional VPN Features:
The outlined reason for this change specifically highlights BGP as a previous barrier to adoption of this otherwise very appealing VPN connectivity to a VPC:
I couldn't agree more - consequently you might be able to establish an IPSec tunnel between your Netgear FVS336Gv2 firewall/router and an AWS VPC now:
I doubt that the Netgear FVS336Gv2 will work with the Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), insofar it is neither mentioned in Customer Gateway Devices We've Tested, nor completely fulfills the respective Requirements for Your Customer Gateway - in particular, Amazon VPC requires support for establishing Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) peerings:
Unfortunately, BGP is not implemented in many consumer-level VPN devices, thus requires respective professional hardware or software VPN appliances - the Netgear FVS336Gv2 doesn't seem to be an exception here, at least BGP isn't listed in the product specification (see tab Product Specs on its product page).