cfajardo1_2 Fri, 07/13/2007 - 00:45
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no.


i have 2 physical asa5520. we are thingking of creating 2 context on each asa and configure the ff


asa1

context A - active

context B - passive


asa2

context A - passive

context B - active


thereby we will be having 2 asa's with diff ip address on the outside.


we want the traffic comming in to our web servers to be load balance bet this 2 asa's


thanks

cfajardo1_2 Fri, 07/13/2007 - 22:14
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but do i need a firewall load balancer on the outside to achieve this?


note that i now have 2 diff ip address on both the active context. how will my single outside router know to which firewall it will throw the traffic?


thanks


gabrielbryson Tue, 07/17/2007 - 01:38
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Im not quiet convinced that active/active was really designed for load balancing in the way you are trying to achieve in on the ASA. To answer your question I would think you will need some form of external\internal load balancer, im my experience the ASA will not do what you trying in a nice clean manner all by itself.

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