I have a watchguard firebox that is my gatway x.x.x.254
I will be adding another device that goes to another internet isp x.x.x.253 (this will be a vpn router connecting to an ASP.)
The plan was to put a routing statement on the watchguard to send desired traffic requests to the ASP VPN router which we'll call 10.10.10.0
Here would be my statement ip route 10.10.10.0 255.255.255.0 x.x.x.253.
The problem is, if my watchguard goes down for any reason, then I lose the routing statement to the ASP.
Anyone got a good workaround that would keep my ASP connectivity working even if the firebox was down?
I'm posting this to win2003 cause that is what my network back end is.