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ASA Inbound Dual-ISP Failover Configuration

We have dual ASA5510s and dual ISPs (100MB fiber & DSL backup).  Can I configure INBOUND link failover to the ASAs, probably using either EIGRP or OSPF, without requiring the the ISP to add the corresponding protocols on the interfaces facing us?  I realize that I can add two "internal" routers and configure these protocols but would like not having to add complexity to the system.  Thanx!

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Re: ASA Inbound Dual-ISP Failover Configuration

A simple solution would be an IP SLA attached to a default route via ISP1.  If the IP SLA fails another default route via ISP2 takes over.

HTH>

Re: ASA Inbound Dual-ISP Failover Configuration

You could use static route tracking feature on the ASA Series Security Appliance.

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

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