VPN3000, IPSec LAN-to-LAN tunnels and load-sharing
we have the following set-up:
2 x 3030's - on same LAN
connecting into 2 different Routers, with 2 circuits into 2 different Worldcom POPs
1 x 3005 connecting into 2610 Router, with 1 circuit into Worldcom POP
What we are trying to achieve is tunnel redundancy; so that from the 3005 will have 2 IPSec LAN-to-LAN tunnels into the same Head Office LAN; but one will be a primary tunnel, and one will be a back-up.
Is there any way to configure the remote concentrator so that the tunnel has a preference value?
Re: VPN3000, IPSec LAN-to-LAN tunnels and load-sharing
you can enable VRRP on the CORP concentrators. You would have 2 active tunnels at the same time, but as soon as the master concentrator fails, your remote should be able to connect to the Standby concentrator
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