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Cisco Dual ISP's VPN Failover

 
 
masterbullfrog
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      02-15-2007
Does anybody know what kit to properly implement a VPN failover
solution using 2 seperate ISP's.

My client already has cisco pix 501 in remote branches and 515e in
main site. They dont mind chaning the equipment but if possible would
like to keep it Cisco.

They will have 2 ISP's per remote branch and require a vpn to be
established over either.
does the 1841 with an extra ethernet interface work in this scenario
or is there a better way of doing it?

Any help would be great!

Thanks in advance

 
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