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e.l
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VPN3000`s VRRP

Dear All,

Does VPN3000 support VRRP Active-Active ?

I am aware that the default is VRRP Active-Standby.

Regards,

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Re: VPN3000`s VRRP

This is proprietary. Only cisco vpn clients are load balanced, although all members of the load balancing clusters accept other connection on their own(not load balanced).

Regards,

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Re: VPN3000`s VRRP

I'm assuming that you are wanting to set up VRRP and load balancing (having 2 active VPN concentrators at the same time)? If this is correct, the answer is no. In a VRRP configuration, the backup device must remain idle until the active VPN concentrator fails.

e.l
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Re: VPN3000`s VRRP

Hi Raymond,

Yes, I mean VRRP and load-balancing (or load-sharing). I want to have both of devices active at the same time, kinda like Cisco router`s MHSRP (Multiple Hot Standby Routing Protocol). I think it is a waste if the standby VPN3000 only stays idle.

I am aware that there is "load-balance" setting for VPN3000. Would like to ask also if someone know if this "load-balance" of VPN3000 using propietary protocol or it uses standard IETF protocol .

Appreciate for any reply.

Best Regards,

Engel

Silver

Re: VPN3000`s VRRP

This is proprietary. Only cisco vpn clients are load balanced, although all members of the load balancing clusters accept other connection on their own(not load balanced).

Regards,

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