Iam using ASA5510 and I want to configure my ASA to work with 2 ISP ( one with HTTP/HTTPS traffic - the second for all rest of traffic ) I know this is not a supported configuration but there is some workaround like i read on this post :
I try the solution 2 : route traffic bases on destination ports with 2 default routes ( with metric 1 and 2) but it doesn't work! I try to simulate this situation with packet tracert tool and when I send an http packet on the second WAN, the packet is still send on the 1st WAN link.
Is there someone who already success with this configuration ?
Did you also use the NAT configurations in the document? They are the configurations that will actully redirect the HTTP and HTTPS traffic through the other ISP while naturally the secondary default route will also be required.
If you have ASA running 8.3 or newer software then it would be easier. Mainly because of the new NAT configuration format.
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