Two ISP's using CISCO ASA 5510

I am bringing in a second ISP (cable line) to use in conjunction with my bridged T1's. I was just about to pull the trigger on a Barracuda Link Balance device when I realized that I might be able to just use my Cisco ASA 5510.

Can anyone confirm or point me two some directions on how to do this?
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michaelgoldsmithAsked:
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MikeKaneCommented:
The ASA can not do any type of load balancing.   It can have only one default route to 1 ISP at a time.    With 2 lines, you can certainly have a automatic backup link, but you cannot utilize both at once.    You would need another 3rd party solution for this.
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