IPsec site to Site VPN on Wi - Fi router

Hello!

Can someone tell me if there is a router Netgear Wi - Fi that can form IPsec Site to Site VPN connection between 2 Wi - Fi routers via the WAN connection?

I know that this feature exists on the Netgear firewall, but can you have the same function on any Wi - Fi router?

See you soon!

Michael

I suspect that.

Thank you very much for the reply.

See you soon!

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    What I mean with the routing is a routing protocol or static routes the SAA can choose between interfaces to establish the tunnel.

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