Yes, it is possible. If you know the networks of your ASP then yes its possible. What you can do is create static routes of your ASP and route these thru the new 3rd interface and then create the default gateway going thru the other interface.
As per my previous posting I have added the 3rd interface to the PIX and I need to route ISP traffic down one connection and VPN traffic down another to my ASP. I have entered the configuration however I cannot get internet traffic connectivity.
Can you give me any guidance.
I am trying to send ISP traffic down one connection and ASP VPN traffic down a second seperate connection using a PIX 515 with 1 inside interface and 2 external interfaces.
You should have an ACL defined for the VPN traffic so it is not NATd. Make sure you have NAT setup for the other traffic and the correct routes. Send your config and be sure the inside, ISP and ASP interface are identifiable.
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