Ok I understand, let me then recap once more, but with fewer details since you are already aware that it is two routers, different models, different geo locations, where EU client connects to US-based server. However, originally both routers were booting at the exact same time. Why? Well, first both were on the exact same NTP, and I had cron jobs to reboot at 3 am running on both ends. I reported that VPN connection doesn"t get re-established at the time of reboot.OK I've go that file.
I think I'm loosing track of what problem we're trying to diagnose now. In the beginning you said the client was loosing connection when you rebooted the server. Now we seem to be talking about an issue after rebooting the client router. They're two different issues (if indeed the original issue exists at all).
As part of troubleshooting we agreed, that I need to place the EU rt on EU time and leave the US on EDT where the US one is located. Then I set up EU one to reboot at 1 am CET (which is 19:00 US EDT) and US one at 3 am (EU 9 am CET) respectively. So completely different times.In either case client doesn"t reconnect.
You asked me for logs when reboots happened and I passed along....now I also added cron job to restart the VPN Client1 at 8 am CET (US 2 am EDT) to see will do the trick for me. It would not fix the fact that the feature to restart the connection on the client side is enabled doesn't work, but would give me a workaround so I have my VPN up during the time frame I need it on the EU side.
Hope now it again makes sense. Thank you.