Thanks for the reply. Do you mean to say that the router will check what response it gets from the remote peer and bind accordingly.
If that is the case, how this scenario will work for me
In router A, i have policy 10 and policy 20 and similarly in Remote end router called B, i have same policy settings like 10 and 20.
What i should so that router A and B peers with policy 20 instead of 10.
As per your reply, router will send both policy 10 and 20 for peering and both policies will match but i dont want policy 10 to be used, so how can we force so that the VPN should be up with policy 20 only and not with 10???
We have this option in Nortel and Juniper where we can specify the encryption settings to each specific VPN as we need.
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