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Cisco 2600 and failover

shankshank asked
Last Modified: 2012-05-10
I have a Cisco 2600 series router which has 2 T1s coming into it. One ethernet port is connected to my ASA5510. I wanted to setup a site to site VPN using my DSL connection which i was able to do by connecting the DSL to the ASA and configuring VPN access through DSL interface and all other traffic through the T1. They both were setup to failover to each other too, which was great.

Now here's the next dilemma. I want to setup my certain outbound traffic (based on IP) to use the DSL interface, and other traffic to use T1. I've been told the ASA cannot do this, so I will need to configure this on my 2600 Router. Is this possible?

Ideally I would like this to work, and then if the link is down on the t1s, traffic would goto the DSL, and vice versa
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