how to configure VPN as a backup

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Apr 21st, 2008

My ASA 5510 interfaces are configuered as

1- Interface (inside) going to internal network

2- Interface (outside) going to outside network but that is connected to my point to point lease line Cisco 1841 router which then connected to my head office and I am running OSPF on it.

3- Interface ADSL connected to my Telco ADSL Modem

Now I want my Lease line (outside) interface as primary route to my head office and if lease line fails then VPN tunnel from ADSL link will kick in.

Can any body has any clue how to configure this and remember other peer of VPN tunnel is static Ip on Juniper Firewall

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asfar.zaidi Tue, 04/22/2008 - 13:57

Thanks but I want my VPN to come up as backup , will the document you mention , if I add vpn configuration will work and also please tell me if there is any vpn configuration available

Rgds

Juan Carlos Ari... Wed, 05/07/2008 - 07:33

Did you try configuring in your VPN client connection entry the backup servers issue?? There you can configure IP address for a backup connection in case the primary connection is down.

Hope this help.

Regards,

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