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How to cable/setup external network for redundancy

I have a pair of 2611XM routers, each with a different ISP. They are connected back to one 2950 switch. The switch is then uplinked back to a pair of ASAs. I want to add another 2950 in between. Right now I have a HSRP address on the inside interface of my routers. When adding the two more inside interfaces, I can just join them to my current HSPR group? Also, I wasn't sure on how to mesh between the ASAs and the 2950s...My outside interface is defined on one port, is there a way to 'bond' two ports together on the ASA? I'm also doing BGP on the external routers for ISP redundancy.

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Re: How to cable/setup external network for redundancy

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