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Routing based on destination IP and traffic type

Is it possible to route traffic based on the destination IP and the type of traffic?

ASA5512

Software 9.2.1

We have an ASA 5512 that is used as a VPN termination point. Our employees connect from one of our customer sites to this VPN point. The customer also hosts services on the same IP address that our employees use to access our VPN on.

What I want to do is to use a different route for certain traffic to take to get to these other services provide by our customer, for instance they offer an FTP site and I want to use a different route to get our internal users to this FTP site. Is this possible to achieve?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Murray

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Technically speaking the ASA

Technically speaking the ASA doesn't do policy based routing.  However, you might be able to simulate something similar to PBR by using a combination of static routes and NAT.

If you describe your Network setup, ASA, and how the alternate route is connected to your customer, we might be able to help you better.

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Technically speaking the ASA

Technically speaking the ASA doesn't do policy based routing.  However, you might be able to simulate something similar to PBR by using a combination of static routes and NAT.

If you describe your Network setup, ASA, and how the alternate route is connected to your customer, we might be able to help you better.

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