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Hello, I have a customer with 4 locations, all with Control, all connected via VPN tunnel. Location A is the primary location where the PBX, Printers, AD servers, etc reside. What will happen is B will lose power or connectivity, and then reconnect to C first, therefore routing all VPN traffic through C -> A. Instead of making A the primary route.

Is there any way to affect the primary routes or order of connectivity for the VPN tunnels?
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