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I am trying to route all internet traffic out a new 10M line while maintaining our current 1.5M line for incoming remote access(i.e. SSL VPN, Cisco VPN). The new 10M line connects to a Cisco ASA 5510 while the current line connects to a Cisco PIX 515. When I change the default routes in the core switch (Cisco 6509) and the router to point to the new line, all traffic goes out the new line but all incoming remote access stops working. Can someone give me an idea of how to make this work?  
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Are you using a separate IP range for both?
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Not at this time. If separate ranges would work then I may be able to make those changes. Are there other options?
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I am not sure if this can be done when using the same IP ranges for both. Influencing local path selection is very easy, its the return path that isn't going to happen the way you want.

So we can get VPN traffic and such to leave via the PIX, return path is going to take the primary (based on routing rules) and hit the ASA.
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