If your running Active/Standby then you can't load balance. One is always active and the other standby. They would both have to be active to load balance. Your load balancing would be the failover. If the active failed the the secondary would take over the IP address and become active. All clients would terminate to the same IP but physically different ASA's.
Thanks for replying. I had it the way you are describing it. However, I was recently told by Cisco in this forum that VPN load balancing would work in an active/standby environment (single security context), and thus my effort to try and implement it - clearly so far it has not worked.
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