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Traffic redirection with ASA 5510

I'm trying to find out if it's possible to do traffic redirection with an ASA 5510.

I basically want to say redirect All HTTP traffic going to site X to site A.

Possible?
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condorcape
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harbor235Commented:


Not possible, you need a geographical load balancer. There are some other things you could do with DNS but it requires changing the url;

i.e www.mydomain.com  (site1)
     www.mydomain2.com (site2)

harbor235 ;}
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condorcapeAuthor Commented:
I know you can do things like that with squid.

http://ex-parrot.com/~pete/upside-down-ternet.html :)

I basically want to redirect all traffic that goes to facebook to an error message running on one of our internal servers.
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condorcapeAuthor Commented:
I mean iptables*

I'm basically looking for the equivalent of this command;

/sbin/iptables -A PREROUTING -s 192.168.0.0/255.255.255.0 -p tcp -j DNAT --to-destination 64.111.96.38
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harbor235Commented:


That would be redirection from outside to inisde, i think he means to redirect to a differnet site all together, am i correct in assuming this? if its just port redirection outside to inside then yes the asa can do that.

harbor235 ;}
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condorcapeAuthor Commented:
I think it needs to be done on the proxy :(

Next step is getting WCCP & squid to work.

Thanks for the help!
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