I am looking into methods of redirecting HTTP traffic and other high bandwidth protocols for users that are browsing the web to another ISP (Comcast Business) that has a much higher bandwidth than our existing tier 1 business ISP. Our configuration looks like the following:
Core <--> ASA 5510 <--> Switch <--> Packeteer <--> 3845
I am thinking about moving our Comcast business connection to the dirty DMZ switch in-between the ASA and the Packeteer. Is there an easy way to take HTTP traffic leaving the ASA or hitting the permitter and send that to the Comcast ISP.
I was thinking that I could put a new router in-between dirty DMZ switch and the Comcast ISP, and then use WCCP at the ASA to send it on to the new router.
Is there a less expensive way to achieve this? Any input would be greatly appreciated.