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Cisco ASA - Dual ISP with IPSEC VPN Failover

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Hi -

I want to setup VPN failover between ISPs on the same Cisco ASA. I'm wondering the following:

1) What is the minimum ASA version and hardware requirements?
2) What (if any) licensing is required on the asa?
3) What method of failover configuration is preferred on the ASA for IPsec VPN Failover?
4) For IPsec Failover between ISPs, would you recommend another setup instead? For example, a Cisco Router setup with DMVPN.

Thanks for your input,
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I found the same guide earlier. I guess i'll have to actually read it! Thank you.
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