I have a site that has 2 locations connected by a point to point. Each site reaches the Internet through a gateway local to it but can also get to the Internet out the other site's gateway if need be by just changing the default gateway on the host computer. I would like to set up some redundancy that says if teh Internet cannot be reached from Site A using Site A's gateway then use Site B's gateway. At each site there is a PIX 501 service as the DG and then a router in front of the PIXs for Internet Connectivity. I would like this to happen automatically. Any help is appreciated.
If the DG at Site A is the inside interface of the PIX at 10.0.0.1 to get hosts at Site A to use the DG at Site B i just change the DG on teh host to 192.168.0.1 which is the inside interface of the PIX at Site B. Works fine manually. I would love a solution that reroutes if the router is up but the ISP service is down, the router is down or the PIX is down but I will take what I can get.
"f we change the DG from the PIX to the routers then the outbound traffic could not be inspected and that can't happen. Can the ASA meet the requirements"
Sorry, didn't explain this very well. The default-gateway would be changed to the router but outbound traffic ie. to the Internet still has to go via the pix firewalls ie. you would add a default-route to each router pointing to the corresponding pix.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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