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EIGRP - Multiple Tunnels - Possibility

Hi,

Sounds like my earlier post was not clear on this topic.

There are 3 IPSEC GRE Tunnel between Site_A to Site_B with EIGRP as routing protocol

On Site_B each IPSEC GRE Tunnel is with different ISP on the Same Router.

But traffic flows only from tunnel which has a static entry to destination public IP.

How to tune the config to make all tunnels active and send traffic when other tunnels are down or possible a load balancing scenario.

Is this possible.

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Re: EIGRP - Multiple Tunnels - Possibility

Hi, Based on some reading I am sure DMVPN can do this.

But I am keen to understand will it work as I mentioned.

If more information is needed in terms of config, I can upload.

Re: EIGRP - Multiple Tunnels - Possibility

you can certainly run unicast dynamic routing through ipsec tunnels without problem and detect site failover and reconverge.

see this example on cisco PIX/ASA http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/vpndevc/ps2030/products_configuration_example09186a00804acfea.shtml

On what are you terminating the tunnels on?

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Re: EIGRP - Multiple Tunnels - Possibility

Thanks for the support.

Tunnels are terminated on Routers at both end. Have a look at attachment.

In Common scenario with one Service provider terminating on Router we have

ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.4.1

If I have three ISP terminated on same router with sub-interfaces and have 3 GRE tunnels then what needs to be tuned to make it working.

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