Any update would be highly appreciated.
For a VPN connectivity, I have a DSL router on prim not a lease line. Will that work for my connectivity?
I am not able to configure my on-prim router for VPN connection.
For VPN tunnel configuration, can we use party VPN software on which the AWS generic configuration file will be configured by the network team to establish the connection?
ive never had much luck with VPN through NAT but then again i didnt try very hard to fix it... It might be possible, you will need to consult with your router & firewall providers
If you use a DSL router at home, you should have options to setup IPsec VPN ... if the modem is restricted doesn't allow you configure IPsec VPN (I faced the same situation with my router provided by my Internet provider) ensure you will configure the Internet provider's router as a bridge (contact your Internet provider for more details) and use your own router.
SDDC is compatible with most of the 3rd party routers (CISCO, Palo Alto, Fortinet, Sonic, Mikrotik, pfSense) ... and the IPsec VPN service is supported as Site-to-Site VPN (not client-server).
you need to ensure you have proper FW rules and open proper ports ... if you have a cascade of routers you need to ensure you have proper NAT & FW rules in place ...
To download VPN Configuration file, you need to create the VPN settings in SDDC (see the documentation link posted above ) ... then save configuration file and ask your network team to configure the VPN on the OnPremis side.
Here below is an example on how the Policy Based IPsec VPN looks like from SDDC side.: