I have two sites (HQ and BR) that are connected together using WiMAX. The BR site gets IP addresses from a DHCP server in HQ site and accesses resources (such as shares, internet, ..etc) in the HQ site. Sometimes the WiMAX goes down, as a result both sites lose connection and become isolated. I deployed an IPSec L2L VPN between the sites as a backup path. When the WiMAX goes down, users' traffic goes through the VPN tunnel.
Now, i want users to use the WiMAX as a primary connection and the VPN as secondary. But how can i do that?
When both the WiMAX and VPN are up, how can i tell which path the traffic is forwarded to? Both paths forwards DHCP leases to user from HQ's DHCP server.
I want to assign a cost so that users prefer the WiMAX and then the VPN when WiMAX is down.
And which switch device should i assign this cost?
The scenario doesn't involve in router devices. It's all pure LAN switching and 2 firewalls.
Unfortunately, i don't have access to drawn network layout but let me know if you need me to draw it for you.
IntroductionComponentsISE ConfigurationEnd user perspective and Validation
Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) gives you intelligent Integrated protection through intent-based policy and compliance solution. ISE supports external MDM ...
This video provides the steps to configure the Cisco Threat Response (CTR) and ESA Integration.
This is live on the portal:https://video.cisco.com/video/6159336218001
And on YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCKIdx5rdFg
I need to migrate from C170 to C190 and have already match to the same Firmware Version. I have a question. Is there any method that can export and import the configuration file instead of form cluster ?
This AMA will serve as the Q&A for the Cisco Live Digital breakout DGTL-BRKSEC-1011 - "A Challenger Appears: Defending Mailboxes in the Cloud" which covers a brand new product which will be announced during the event: Cloud Mailbox Defense.