Is there anyway I can load balance accross two routers.
I have an ASA with two routers attached each of the routers has two instances of HSRP running on them each with its own IP address, each router is the primary for one of the HSRP instances. If there was no ASA in the way I would set DHCP to run through one and all the server functions through another hey presto load balancing (of a sort). However I can not do this as the ASA has only one internal IP address. The routers are handling natting as they are on different IP ranges on different ISPs.
I can not use GLBP as the changing external IP would break connections for VPN RDP and SMTP.
Is there any way I can make the ASA route based on source IP or any other way of seperating out the traffic between the two routers?
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