I would like to know how to configure a router 2900 to support connection from 2 firewall ( Active Standby connections)
How can i said the router to send the traffic to the stand by when it go down the active Firewall?
I was planning to use a Switch ( layer 2 capacity only) in the middle of the equipments( between the firewalls and the router) in order to send always the traffic for 1 physical interface from the router side , and manage to route all the internatl traffic to the virtual IP of both Firewalls.
Also i dont know yet how to configure a VPN site to site if i have that scheme and some Publics NAT ( Firewall - Switch - Router ), i was planning to configure a NAT in the Router in order to allow the VPN traffic to internal IP of the Firewall but still dont know if it will work.
I would use a L2 switch as you intended and for the VPN just use the router as the VPN gateway but if it is mandatory that the VPN terminates on the ASA then you'll have to do VPN Passthrough on the router.
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