In my network, we have three firewalls for out going connections, two on a t1, one on business cable.
All servers are nat'd through the two on the T1, call em pix1 and pix2. All user internet goes out through pix3 on the cable connection. All of this can be handled by my default router (a 2600) on the network. All of these appliances are on the same subnet.
Is there a way, that I can keep the 2600 as the default route for everything, but have pix1 specified as the next hop through the 2600 for some servers, pix2 for others, and pix3 for everything else?
Incoming internet traffic is always depends upon you how you want this to come suppose you have a subnets of public ip address 188.8.131.52/24 than suppose you want incoming internet traffic to come from 1'st T1 than publish that network to that provider.
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