DMVPN multiple peers in branch

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I have DMVPN setup and having 10 sites, on central side I want to one router for VPN tunnel and I want to add another router for redundancy.

My question is can I add multiple peers in branch end router, if my primary DMVPN routers fails branch router will try to connect to second DMVPN router.

if possible please send me the configuration link or example.



I have this problem too.
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Federico Coto F... Thu, 05/27/2010 - 04:09


You are looking for a dual-hub DMVPN topology?

In this case you will have two hubs handling the traffic for redundancy.

Are you looking for having multiple routers at a branch office?

This cannot be done if they are PATed to the same IP.

See if you can access this link:



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