Multiple peers for a single phase 1
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Currently, with my old Cisco device, my customer have a redundant internet access, so we peer with him with its primary IP (ISP1), and we have a "secondary peer" configuration, a different IP (ISP2) probably with different device (but I'm not sure, not my problem), so that if its ISP1 fails we can peer with its secondary peer (and it works).
I want to do the same with pfsense.
I know the subject has already been discussed many many times, like here : https://redmine.pfsense.org/issues/1965
But, I can't understand any clear statement, because Jim Pingle then talks about the LOCAL "secondary WAN", not the REMOTE secondary peer.
Or here in this topic https://forum.pfsense.org/index.php?topic=91171.0 , Jim says it's not possible, we have to do a dynDNS trick.
So, is a secondary REMOTE PEER possible? if yes, how? if no, is the dynDNS a valid and unique workaround ?
Thank you for your time people!