They are different CIDRs. I know that I can't put two different default routes in ASA, so how can I handle this? One of the links will be specifically to maintain the site-to-site VPNs (coming from dynamic IP addresses). The other one will be for the DMZ servers and the rest of the network (internal users).
Hi .. perhaps you could use another router connected to the same switch. This router could be the default gateway for the ASA so that all outbound/inbound traffic is passed from/to the ASA to/from this router. You could then use route maps on this router to select which traffic is to be routed by one ISP link and which one is to be routed out by the other link. This will only work for outbound traffic though.
Just an idea .. I hope it helps .. please rate it if it does !!!
No, I don't manage the routers. I have no access to them. Could you please send me an example configuration (ASA + master router) of how to do this? I just can't understand how routing works in this case.
P.S.: do not forget: I terminate site-to-site VPNs in my ASA. Is there any problem of doing it?
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