How to setup site to site tunnels for same interesting traffic to 2 different locations
Since my last question did not yield any results, i decided to update this question.
We currently have 2 Cisco ASA 5510s deployed on 2 separate ISPs with IP SLA enabled on the internal cisco 3850 switch (which is acting as in internal router).
We also have a co-location couple of miles down from our main building which is housing all of our Exchange servers.
Site to site VPN tunnel between primary ASA here and ASA at the colo. This is how we access our files and exchange
How can i setup a site to site tunnel with the secondary ASA to colo?
Every time i setup a tunnel, my outlook starts experiencing issues and disconnects and i think it’s because the same internal traffic (behind internal router) is being used by two separate ASA going to same location?
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