You really do not want to use it as a second physical connection unless you intend to use the second address block only as a backup in case the primary physical connection has a problem. And given the description that the ISP has routed the 98 to the 68 I think it is highly likely that there is only a single physical connection from the ISP. So putting a switch in place to split them does not really buy you any redundancy.
What you really want to do is to use the second address block to create a pool of addresses to use for address translation. The ASA5505 should do this quite easily and well.
Thanks. Yes, we do not want to use a router or switch in front. i do understand the 5505 is not a router but is there any tricks we could do to add the additional /28 block of IPs from a single ISP drop to our ASA 5505? Would i assign the new /28 to the inside interface?
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