Redunancy failover to VPN

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Sep 13th, 2007

I have a 4507 with a sup 4 in a co-location facility that will contain some critical servers. How do I configure the 4507 to failover from our 1 gig ethernet point to point link to our 100mb internet link in case the gig link goes down?

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umedryk Wed, 09/19/2007 - 13:30

PIX Firewall Version 6.3 introduces support for redundancy among Easy VPN Servers. You can define a list of servers on an Easy VPN Server that can be pushed to the Easy VPN Remote. When no backup Easy VPN Server is configured, what happens after a failure to connect to the Easy VPN server depends on SUA status and whether the Easy VPN Remote device is in client mode or network extension mode. In client mode, without SUA, traffic continues to trigger subsequent connections to the Easy VPN Server. In network extension mode, without SUA, the Easy VPN Remote device continually tries to reconnect to the primary server. With SUA, a connection failure message is displayed and all connection attempts must be manually triggered

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