Currently we use Cisco ASA routers at our remote sites to our main location. However when ever our main internet line goes down we have to configure the cisco on our backup lines.  I am looking for a way whether it would be a second tunnel or some kind of fail over to make the tunnels automatically connect to another internet line if our main line goes down.
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I take it all the routing is sorted for the backup line (Tracking on the Primary and a lower metric route for the Backup route)..
Here is a guide, but not sure what version of code you are running on the ASA...

The backup VPN stuff is about halfway down.

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