Was wondering if it's possible to do the following:
A remote site has a T-1 connection running a LAN to LAN VPN to our main site from ASA5510 to ASA 5510. (Internally we have a 2600 series switch). In the event this connection goes down - we would like to configure a business class cable internet connection for failover. Cable company provides a modem - connection to an 800 series router (all manged by them). Is there any way, through routing policy or something, that I can have the ASA failover the VPN over from the T-1 to the business internet connection automatically in the event of a T-1 outage?
At the very least, can i have individual users failover via ANYCONNECT VPN if I can get the business class cable connection to be live on the network?
I guess I am wondering if the ASA can handle 2 connections and can handle failover (and retain the IPSEC tunnel in the process). If not, can I at least retain internet access (even if I have to kickstart the VPN tunnel). I have been told I can put the cable connection in bridged mode?
Any help? Thanks!
PS - I CAN get a router if I need to... I have a 2800 series to spare. AND I have a second ASA 5510 to spare.