Here's my dilemma. I have a small business I do work for who can't afford month by month cost of t-1 and neither the cable or dsl on their own provide reliable enough service for connection to the database. My idea was to use VPN failover utilizing both cable and dsl to reduce downtime. These were the options I came up with. 3 cisco 1811's 3 Linksys RV082's 3 Hotbrick LB-2's 3 Xincom 603's The cisco's are pricey and waaaay more than their needs. We tried the Hotbricks and that is a long story so in the interest of time I will just tell you they never made it out of a test environment. That leaves the Xincoms (limited documentation) which cost nearly as much as the Cisco's and the much more afforadable RV082's The RV082's are a little more in line with the needs of my SMB client and the budget as well. I was wondering if anyone has had success with this setup with 1.3.2. I asked this question a long time ago and got a response that someone was going to try it out. I would appreciate anyone's experience with this function either way. This is a small business (owned by a family memeber) with very limited funds so I'd rather not blow the wad on the Cisco gear if something else will get the job done. Below is the quote from the 1.3.2 version info. 1. Support VPN (IPSec tunnel) Backup functionality. Mechanism: When the dead-peer-detection (DPD) mechanism detects that the primary VPN is no longer available, the VPN backup mechanism will be activated and try to establish a VPN connection via a user-defined WAN interface. The configuration is in the advnaced setting of Gateway-to-Gateway VPN. See the online help for more information.