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2 ISP's connected to 1 Pix515e?

Is it possible to have 2 Internet connections to 1 Pix 515e running 7.2(2) code? I'm considering a design where there is a single firewall (only one available) but 2 paths to the internet instead of using 2 Pixs for redundancy. Is this even possible?

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Re: 2 ISP's connected to 1 Pix515e?

As long as you're looking for redundancy and not load balancing then yes, you can do that.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/vpndevc/ps2030/products_configuration_example09186a00806e880b.shtml

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Re: 2 ISP's connected to 1 Pix515e?

Hi,

If you are lokking for load balancing between two ISP's then this is not a supported feature at this time. The ASA only supports redundant ISP links (if one fails, the other takes over).

Regards,

~JG

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Re: 2 ISP's connected to 1 Pix515e?

how are your ISP's connected to your network? are they T1's? Ethernet drops? Is there any sort of router(s) between the PIX and the ISPs?

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Re: 2 ISP's connected to 1 Pix515e?

Each ISP has a router on site that terminates the T1's. The hand off to me is Ethernet. There are no routers between the Pix and the ISPs routers.

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