routing help for servers needing access thorugh mutliple ISP's

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Feb 27th, 2009

We have a group of servrs in our dmz (10.a.x.x) that need access to server at a remote location via a vpn connection through asa5520 (192.x.x.x., but also needs connection through another ips connection to other remote networks (10.b.x.x). Right now, the servers use the asa as default gateway, with a persistant route on the server for the ip address 192.168.2.x I think policy based routing would help a ton, but not sure how to use it. any suggestions?

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drolemc Thu, 03/05/2009 - 06:57

Policy routing also provides a mechanism to mark packets so that certain kinds of traffic receive differentiated, preferential service when used in combination with queuing techniques enabled through the Cisco IOS software. These queuing techniques provide an extremely powerful, simple, and flexible tool to network managers who implement routing policies in their networks.


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