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ASA 5510 and Having two outside interfaces for Voice and Data

Hello to all,

     I have a question regarding firewall configurations. Is it possible to have two interfaces ( for two internet service providers) one for voice and one for data. Can I have two Outside Interfaces that one will apply to a pppoe client group and the other will apply to a static IP? Is this possible and if so What would be the steps on applying this connection? Also to note I have a point to point connection already established for the pppoe. I also have another point to point connection for data, but however I do not know how to apply this to the firewall.

Thank You , any input or opinions are much appreciated.

TC

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ASA 5510 and Having two outside interfaces for Voice and Data

Yes.. you may have. But for atleast one connection (for the Voice) you need to point to specific routes than default.

Create two outside (1 &2) interface with same security level (0) with proper config to get IP (static/PPOE).

Say outside1- for Voice   & 2 is for Data

route outside1 Nexthop 1

route outside2 0 0 1 --> User PC internet access

related nat commands.

hth

MS

PS: point to point connection for data--> what kind? Ethernet or T1- ASAs does not support T1/DS3 connections.

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ASA 5510 and Having two outside interfaces for Voice and Data

mvsheik123,

     Thank you for the reply back. for the point to point (data connection), this is a EVPL 2M. Provided by a local ISP.

Thanks again

Tim

ASA 5510 and Having two outside interfaces for Voice and Data

Hi Tim,

I never worked on EVPL handoff Vs ASA, but as long as it let you add an ip address and specify next hop ip (as other end point??), you are good to go.

Thx

MS

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