I currently have two ISPs that serve our corp Inet traffic. We are bringing our website in house and adding a high bandwidth (>200Mb) ISP connection that I want to dedicate to hosting the website only. No Corp traffic should flow through it. We already have separate firewalls for the website. I have plenty of IPs (2 class Bs, sorry everyone... plan to sell one+ back) but I would like to be able to use the two current ISPs as backups to the new one. Attaching diagram of current setup. Will break connectivity from Web FWs to current routers. How do I accomplish this without the Website using the corp ISP links and vice versa (except in case of ISP outage)
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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