SonicWall TZ400 is the model that begins to step outside the needs of most small businesses, branch locations and home offices. Organizations invest in the TZ400 when they have more than 25 users in a network, bandwidth speeds above 500MB and/or are needing more concurrent VPN connections to connect users and offices together.
You can have your VPN to fail back to the primary gateway by checking the "Preempt Secondary Gateway" box and specifying a desired interval for a failback attempt. To manage the remote SonicWALL through the VPN tunnel, select HTTP, HTTPS, or both from Management via this SA. Select HTTP, SSH, HTTPS, or any combination of the three in the User login via this SA to allow users to login using the SA. • VPN failover occurs when one of these two events occur: A physical link is down. The Firebox monitors the status of the VPN gateway and the devices identified in the multi-WAN link monitor configuration. If the physical link is down, VPN failover occurs. The Firebox detects the VPN peer is not active. Hi all, Just got a new client that has 2 SonicWalls. One in location A, one in location B with a site to site VPN configured. I recently got failover Internet installed at both locations and was hoping to get the site to site VPN configured to use the failover line if the main line fails.
SonicWALL running SonicOS 5.9 or 6.2. Sophos ASG running V8.300+ Vyatta running Network OS 6.5+ Example values for the VPN connection ID and virtual private
When using multiple WANs, a primary and secondary VPN can be configured to allow seamless, automatic failover and failback of all VPN sessions. Route-based VPN The ability to perform dynamic routing over VPN links ensures continuous uptime in the event of a temporary VPN tunnel failure, by seamlessly re-routing traffic between endpoints through When using multiple WANs, a primary and secondary VPN can be configured to allow seamless, automatic failover and failback of all VPN sessions. Route-based VPN The ability to perform dynamic routing over VPN links ensures continuous uptime in the event of a temporary VPN tunnel failure, by seamlessly re-routing traffic between endpoints through Microsoft Azure and SonicWALL STS - Part 2 – Configure SonicWALL OS VPN policy. Microsoft Azure and SonicWALL STS - Part 3 – Configure VPN policies and Routing. Extending the on-premises infrastructure to Azure, the obligatory need is to create site-to-site VPN to access resources in both side. Dead Peer Detection (page 6 of 6) of the IPSec VPN configuration) determines failover/failback time The default failover time is 115 seconds (Connection Idle Time + (Request Period x Maximum Request)) The default failback time is 10 seconds (Failback Retry Period)
Configuring VPN Failover using Static Routes and Network Monitor Probes. This article illustrates a scenario wherein two sites with SonicWall UTM devices are connected to each other over a direct connection or an MPLS connection. A site to site VPN connection is defined concurrently between the two sites. The primary connection between the two sites is the direct or the MPLS connection and when it fails, traffic would automatically be routed through a site to site VPN (policy based).
You'd have to make sure that the remote side VPN tunnel has both the primary WAN IP or DNS name and the secondary LTE IP or DNS name. If it loses connectivity to the primary IP it will attempt to connect to the VPN using the secondary IP. You should also be able to have it fall back to the primary once it comes back up. level 1 Idk, I never got 4g sticks to work, we used a cradlepoint instead on the sonicwall. It worked actually pretty good, however for those we did use it, they have no VPN, just a failover line for regular internet. I assume in the worst case that the VPN drops on failover, in the best it'll be fine.