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Posted on 2008-06-25
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i have one  internet link conection to isp and  have plan to add my internet link conection, so have 2 internet connetion with one have bandwith 128 kbs and one again 512 kbps, i am using cisco asa 5510 firewall for the gateway to the internet.
so my question is:
1. is asa support load balancing
2. if support can u show me reference how can i configure this
3. if i want to configure if htttp go over link one to go to internet and smpt over link 2 can asa do this?
4. if support can u show me reference hoc can i configure this
5. if when link 1 full or busy can the trafic move to link2 automaticly
thanks
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ASA does not do load balancing, however, it can do active active.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6120/products_configuration_example09186a0080834058.shtml

active active is a form of load balancing, this setup allows you to use both asa's at the same time utulizing the capacity of both.

harbor235 ;}
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