yesterday amith has suggested me to go head with PBR config, meanz i will b having 2 different ISP which will b connected to a single router(Cisco 2800),each ISP has given me public IP address, they both fall under different series(being a different ISP), now my web server is residing inside my LAN with an IP 184.108.40.206/24, internet userz will access this web server with a help of static NAT configured on my ASA 5510 with the help of abc.co.in(220.127.116.11, public IP of provided by ISP-1), which meanz whomsoever from the internet access abc.co.in, it will point to my LAN webserver 18.104.22.168, now this workz fine, but assume that if ISP-1 failz, still i wanted to access abc.co.in, which meanz automatically abc.co.in should be resolved with 22.214.171.124 public IP provided by ISP-2 to my webserver 126.96.36.199. this should be based on the priority which meanz higher priority for 188.8.131.52------>184.108.40.206 & lower priority to 220.127.116.11----->18.104.22.168. & Amith has suggested PBR-Differing Next Hops, i am bit confused with that example that which is the private IP & which is the public IP as mentioned in the example. also how do u give higher priority to 22.214.171.124 & lower to 126.96.36.199 on ASA 5510 in NATting.
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