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Loadbalancing 2 ISP

Hi,

I'm using ASA 5510 as Firewall in my network and i want to add a second ISP link to split my bandwith.

First ISP use all kind of traffic , second ISP use HTTP Traffic Only.

I know that loadbalancing is not a supported configuration by Cisco ASA  so i imagine an other solution. I join my LAN schema to this post. By analysing it , do you think it is possible to achieve what i want ?

Thank you.

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Loadbalancing 2 ISP

Hello avb,

I assume that switch on your diagram is L2 switch and all ports are in same VLAN.

Generaly it should work, but I do not understand this:

- why is GW for LAN and server .229? it should be .254

Best Regards

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Re:Loadbalancing 2 ISP

Hi avb,
In order for this to actually work, you will need a device doing NAT on the ISP2 connection. Is this being done at the ISP? If not, you will need another firewall or you will need to use multiple contexts on your existing 5510.

Regards,
Mike

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