I am adding a second internet connection and have a 1812 router and an ASA5505 for my firewall. I would like to connect the internet connections to the router and set up load balancing there, and then have the firewall between the router and my internal network.
I can get the router set up with both connections active, and I can get the ASA setup with one connection, but I am a little stumped as to where to start on the configuration as desired. Any suggestions or where to go to get started?
I realize that failover is a problem. I will try a work around using the track function.
That example you gave doesn't really explain anything to me as to what I need to do either. You mention an ASA cluster, but I don't have one. I have a router and an ASA.
Let's go back to basics here. I have 2 internet connections coming in that connect to the 1812 router. ISP#1 (call it 184.108.40.206/25) connects to fa0. ISP#2 (call it 220.127.116.11/25) connects to fa1. The ASA will connect to fa3. My first thought was to make a new subnet for a DMZ and assign an IP from that to fa3. I will not use NAT on the router. On the ASA, I will connect eth0/0 to the router and give it an IP in the DMZ subnet. Eth0/1 will connect to my internal network (192.168.x.x/24). I will use the ASA as the firewall and VPN device.
Now, I will have 2 different ranges of IP addresses coming through the router to the ASA that will need to have static mappings to my mail/web/etc servers on the internal network. Can I just set up the static mappings on the ASA as usual?
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