Automatically reconnect VPN after wireless drop - ASA5550
I have a wireless connection (microwave) that runs very high speed. I am running one asa5550 on each end configured for l2l ipsec tunnel. The problem is I don't own the wireless, I'm just allowed to use it. So, when the owner makes changes or brings the wireless down for even a second I have to recreate the tunnel. Does any of you masters know how to have the ASA device simpley reconnect the tunnel after a service interruption?
Re: Automatically reconnect VPN after wireless drop - ASA5550
My fault. I reread your message just before I read this one....
Anyway, there isn't really any persistent traffic that requires a connection all the time.
Now we just clear the the tunnel configuration and re-apply it. I could be wrong on that one though because I just took on the ASA a few days ago. I just know we have to "recreate" the tunnel everytime our provider plays with the wireless connection and causes an interruption.
If you know of any place to read up on this so that it makes more sense to me that would be great. I have tried finding articles myself, but I don't really know what to look for. Thanks for all your help so far.
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