Hi- My suggestion would be to locate a local integrator who specializes in data communications/networking to help you with the network refresh project.
1) You may be able to upgrade the 515E to version 7/8 of code. This is first and foremost if your going to stick with the PIX and not upgrade to an ASA.
2) You may be able to use something like IP SLA (track) for failover of the two DSL connections. I would rather see you use the firewall's ability to track ISP failover. I'm not 100% ssure if you can do this with the PIX515, I know you can with an ASA5505 (security plus license) you can have ISP failover.
If you really want to do it yourself, you should go get some books. Your requirements/requests are more than what this forum is for.
a.) Find a local person to help/teach you how to do it.
b.) Get some books, videos, etc.
Many people have been doing Cisco work for years, and you can't pick it up in a day. You need to learn how to design/implement/configure and troubleshoot problems. It could take us weeks to get you to the point of a "working" configuration trying to do it on this board.
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