Directing traffic from one server between two different routers.
Posted on 2008-11-06
We have two Cisco ASA 5505's on two different DSL lines. Their internal IP addresses are on the same LAN and on the same subnet. One is 192.168.1.253 and the other is 192.168.1.254. We have a Windows 2003 server on the same LAN and subnet (192.168.1.19) that we would like to be able to RDP to from either of the outside lines. However, since the default gateway of this server points to the .254 router, we cannot access it from the outside address of the .253 router with RDP because the connection tries to send information back out of the .254 router (Thus giving a "denied, no tcp connection" error). Is there any way we can use the ROUTE command on this server, or any other method to tell it to send data it receives from the .253 router back to the .253 router so clients can access the server from either outside IP address?
Let me know if I need to clarify anything or go into more detail.