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MX AutoVPN tnnels

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MX AutoVPN tnnels

Hi,

 

I have few clarifications:

 

1) If we consider two sites each having 2 internet links, will MX create 4 AutoVPN tunnels or two?

2) If we want to disable AutoVPN on one Internet link, is that possible in MX?

 

Thanks,

Aamir

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Re: MX AutoVPN tnnels

It's on the SD-WAN & traffic shaping page, under Uplink selection. If you're using a Z-series device then it won't show up. If you're using an MX then it should be right there under load balancing. 

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Re: MX AutoVPN tnnels

1) Yes, with 2 uplinks on each MX you'll have 4 tunnels.

2) On the traffic shaping page, you can disable active-active VPN. You'll need to set the uplink that you want the tunnel to be primary uplink.

 

 

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Re: MX AutoVPN tnnels

Hi,

 

I am not able to see the active-active AutoVpn option is that something new?

 

Thanks,

Aamir

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Re: MX AutoVPN tnnels

It's on the SD-WAN & traffic shaping page, under Uplink selection. If you're using a Z-series device then it won't show up. If you're using an MX then it should be right there under load balancing. 

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Re: MX AutoVPN tnnels

ok got it thanks

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