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pix515 configuration with 2 adsl gateways

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My company has recently invested in a cisco PIX 515e. I need to configure it to point to Two ADSL routers ( 1 line on each ADSL router for internet access) how is it possible to do this without buying a router to put inbetween the two seperate ADSL routers? My current configuration is inside = private lan, outside pointing to 1 adsl router atm, dmz for our web server.
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You cannot do it. A PIX can only have one default gateway.
One option instead of a router would be something like the Nexland Turbo:
http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=1045

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