Two site2site vpn "servers" for two different ISP's

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Mar 23rd, 2009

Hello. I have two lines from two different isp's. Both are 4/4 Mbps leased lines.I want to create a site to site vpn with some end points to each of them. I have ASA 5540 firewalls as the VPN endpoints on my network. My question is. Can i have two different VPN's? Can i create two outside interfaces and use each of them for each isp an there create my VPN's? I first thought of contexts but i gave 'em up as soon as i saw there is no VPN with contexts.

Thanks in advance.

Simple topology is

VPN---RTR---ASAOut1 VPN1ISP

---ASAOut2 VPN2ISP

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Correct Answer by nitinaga about 7 years 9 months ago

Hi,

I understand that you need to create a tunnel between ASA 1 and ASA 2 withe one ISP and the other tunnel on ASA 2 with other ISP on ASA 2.

It is possible provided that you take care of the routing. For remote access clients it will terminate on the interface ehich has the default gateway.

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nitinaga Fri, 03/27/2009 - 01:40

Hi,

I understand that you need to create a tunnel between ASA 1 and ASA 2 withe one ISP and the other tunnel on ASA 2 with other ISP on ASA 2.

It is possible provided that you take care of the routing. For remote access clients it will terminate on the interface ehich has the default gateway.

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