Hi Everyone. I can't found anyone who can give me a "for sure" reply about this thing. I wish to link via vpn 2 ASA5505, called A and B. inside a we have net 10.0.0.0/24 and inside b we have net 10.0.1.0/24. now we can have 2 outside ip addresses for A (say 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52) because we have 2 providers to connect to the internet. can the asa keep up 2 vpns - with same cryptomap for the inside destination) so that if the first one falls it can switch to the other vpn by itself?
can this thing be done with other cisco appliances (such as a 2800 series router?
thanks a lot
Which are you looking to do
1. If connection to B fails then A will use secondary WAN connection to try to bring up the tunnel.
I would use the Backup ISP function for this.
2. If connection to A fails then B will attempt to bring up the tunnel using secondary peer address.
You can define multiple peers by using crypto maps to provide redundancy