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Posted on 2009-05-18
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I have a 10MB internet connection from my local cable provider.  I'm running a ASA 5510 for routing and firewall.  

I would like to add one of my remaining open ip addresses to a free ethernet port on the asa to be used a second internet connection...  is there a way to split the 10mb connection into two 5mb connections?? in essence, certain users would use one and some the other??

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randy
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No way to accomplish this with the ASA.   The ASA will no load balance the external connection between 2 ISP's let alone 1 ISP.  

With dual ISPs you can failover to a 2nd connection if the 1st dies, but no way to load balance between the 2.  

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