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Active/Active failover + VPN

Jan 24, 2012 1:51 PM

Woz 54 posts since
Jan 7, 2010

According to Cisco

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When the security appliance is configured for Active/Active stateful failover, you cannot enable IPsec or SSL VPN. Therefore, these features are unavailable. VPN failover is available for Active/Standby failover configurations only.

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With scenerio similar to that https://supportforums.cisco.com/servlet/JiveServlet/download/3256359-77651/Sketch_1.jpg

 

Is there any way to set up VPN connection with other device than ASA (eg: external router - internal router). I am curious if that is even possible?

  • Paul Stewart  -  CCIE Security, CCSI 6,993 posts since
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    1. Jan 24, 2012 3:59 PM (in response to Woz)
    Re: Active/Active failover + VPN

    A good choice might be to use some sort of VPN termination device out in a DMZ area.  Then you can still filter with your ASA's.  What could terminate the VPNs?  If it is SSL VPN, I'd probably go with an ASA.  You could even install an active/standby pair for that function.  If you need to do GETVPN, VTI, or DMVPN, you are going to have to use routers.  If it is L2L, it would be your choice (or what you are comfortable with). 

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