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ASA 5505 supporting concurent multiple ISP for Anyconnect VPN

Hello,

Our current cable ISP is having issues providing us with consistant connectivity. I would like to bring in a second ISP to allow my users to choose where they will connect to. There will be two dns names and i just want to to be able to choose between them.

Is this possible on the ASA5505? supporting two ISPs at one time for VPN on both?

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ASA 5505 supporting concurent multiple ISP for Anyconnect VPN

No, two ISPs are only supported in a primary/backup-scenario. When the primary ISP fails (which is tested by IP SLA) then the backup ISP jumps in. This is done by enabling the default-route on the backup-ISP and disabling the default-route on the primary ISP. But it's not possible to use them both at the same time.

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ASA 5505 supporting concurent multiple ISP for Anyconnect VPN

What about using static routes?

VIP Purple

Re: ASA 5505 supporting concurent multiple ISP for Anyconnect VP

static routes can help to distribute traffic over different links. But your remote-clients have to connect over the link with the default-route.

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