I have a question about two things: one is the feasibility of spending all our structure to AWS and the other would be a starting point for finding information to perform, if feasible.
I currently have a physical office that has the following basic structure:
- Internet ADSL modem (/ Static IP)
- Router TP-Link R600VPN V2
- 4 servers, two Windows (with LDAP and another with IIS) and two Ubuntu Server for web applications NodeJS + PHP
We have customers that established VPN Site-to-Site IPSec connections to remotely access they resources (SAP) and a PPTP VPN for remote employee access (when connected, we can access customers resources through the VPN Site-to-Site. If I knew draw, it would be something like this:
In short: in my laptop I connect via PPTP on the router and thought VPN site-tosite I can access customer systems/resources.
Today I already can migrate:
- The 4 servers to EC2 instances
- The PPTP VPN for access to this structure (4 servers) on AWS
But I do not know if it is possible to create a site-to-site connection with my customers in AWS and then connect to the AWS trought PPTP VPN from my local machine (laptop) to access customer resources using Site-to-Site IPSec. I read about VPC but not I could understand if what we have here really is possible to do using the AWS cloud. This can be done? What would the starting point to try to create it?