I am in the middle of an UC deployment and we have find out we might have to change the Firewall topology in the middle.
At this moment the topology is using a star model, with ASA 5515X as center an multiple clients ASA 5505. All this clients connect to the center with EZPVNs tunnels.
Now we are changing to a double star model, where all the clients must have tunnels to both ASA 5515X centers. The problem here is that we would like to use both tunnels at the same time, which is not possible with EZVPN so we were looking to change the model to a L2L-VPN
The complication is that we can only access the clients using the EZVPN itself, we cannot connect locally to the ASA 5505. If we delete the EZVPN configuration in order to create the new tunnels, we will lose connection in the process. Does anyone know if we can change the VPN tunnel without losing the connection?
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