i have a problem. My client has got to links from two diff ISP's . one is 128 kbps and the other one is 512 Kbps. they r terminated at cisco 1721 router.now the whole lan traffic goes to Pix 515e, there they r nated to single Public Ip , then that traffic goes to the router.
Now the problem is that client wants the traffic to do load balancing ,so that he can use both the links . he also wants that he can switch from one link to another link without any config changes in case if one link goes down.
Please tell me the possible ways to do this as i think the problem is that the pix is doing nat to a single ip , so my router will see only a single ip so how can we implement load balancing or Pbr.
Despite these, I wonder if the router is also doing some form of address translation. Realising that you are using two different ISPs would imply that the address ranges would be different. You therefore need a way to translate to the ISP address based on the packet destination. A lot of ISPs would drop packets if the source address is not in their adress range. Please provide more information on your scenario.
I have a similar issue, I'm trying to route traffic over one ISP for traffic to the X.45.87.0 network, and all other traffic through the "default" isp. I believe my problem is with the outbound NAT/PAT. How were you able to do this?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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