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2 VPN interfaces on the same device

Hi all,

I have a bit of a dilemma. We have an ASA 5510 which we currently have some L2L and remote access VPN connections on.We brought in a higher speed line to terminate our VPN on and I need start moving VPN connections to the new interface. I overlooked one issue the default route, it won't follow the same interface it connects to back out. Can I have 2 default routes so that is sends out both interfaces? I know this is a stretch, but I am hoping someone has a solution for this.

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Re: 2 VPN interfaces on the same device

Hi,

You can create specific routes for VPN peers (moved to new interface) pointing towards the new interface. Keep the default route as it is .

route VPN Peer ip 255.255.255.255 XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX 1

I do not think two default routes would work.

HTH

Saju

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Re: 2 VPN interfaces on the same device

I did that with a test connection and it did work. The L2L connections are the easy ones, it is the client based ones that are going to be an issue as there are a lot of them and trying to do a static route individually will be an monstrous task.

Anyone know much about policy based routing? Can I setup a routing policy that allows routing back out the originating interface? That would make life much easier.

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