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Old 08-07-2009, 11:14 AM   #1
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Our point to point Cisco VPN keeps going down.

We have a point to point VPN between our Cisco firewall and our website company's Cisco Firewall. It runs fine most of the time, but every so often it goes down, and the website company has to reset their Cisco firewall.

Is this normal? Is there any work around? We even have another VPN on a subnet in another location which I was hoping to use.

I know this isn't a Linux question but I'm hoping some of you have experience with internet connections that just can't be down for 5 minutes.


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