Route map and NAT config not working with 2 DSL circuits
The problem with this solution is that it would not allow traffic from 10.5.0.0 to be translated if it is going out Gig 0/1. And most of the traffic from 10.5.0.0 would use Gig 0/1 given the config that was posted.
The better solution is to re-write the logic for address translation. Instead of just using access lists to control the NAT use route maps to control the NAT. In the route map you can have a match statement to match the interface and a second match statement to match the access list. That way access list 100 is used only with Gig 0/1 and access list 101 is used only with Gig 0/2. This should solve your problem.
Re: Route map and NAT config not working with 2 DSL circuits
I would like to add to my previous post as I overlooked the route-map and. Access-list TEST.
There is a route-map matching traffic for a host in access-list TEST to set next hop as dsl2. But that matching is not correct, use the network 10.5.0.0 instead so that it will match the access-list TEST and in turn will nat it towards dsl2.
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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