We are setting up a couple IPSEC tunnels to a hosted site. Our location has two ISPs. Ideally tunnel 1 and 2 would connect and then using some form of dynamic routing and/or metrics the routers would figure out what routes to use and be able to automatically fail-over to the secondary WAN/Tunnel if the primary WAN/Tunnel is down.

I thought I saw BGP someplace in version 10 of UT but maybe i misread something. Anyone aware of dynamic routing protocols in UT 10+? Any suggestions for achieving my above scenario?

Example:
remote subnet = 10.0.1.0/24
WAN1 = 7.7.7.1
WAN2 = 7.7.7.2

local subnet = 192.168.0.0/24
WAN1 = 1.1.1.1
WAN2 = 1.1.1.2

To me it would seem my only option is to toggle(enable/disable) the VPN tunnels as needed or build some alias network to prevent routing conflicts (EXTRA WORK!). Without dynamic routing and/or metrics not sure how I can prevent routing conflicts and network zaniness.