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split bandwidth betewwn ISP's

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Hello All,

We’re looking into splitting the bandwidth on our network so that  the internet traffic goes out on a Cable or DSL connection and all of our IPSec vpn traffic to goes over our Sprint T1 line.  I would like to configure our current Watchguard Firebox X1000 to do this.  Can anyone help with this?  I'll need some detailed instruction.  Thanks in advance.

Alicia
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Please have look at policy based routing; read below:
http://watchguard.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/2387/kw/policy%20based%20routing

Please let know if you need more info.

Thank you.
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dpk_wal

Thanks for the response.  The link is helpful as I will be upgrading to a XTM device in early 2011.

Do you know if there is a way to do this or something similar with a Watchfuard X1000?
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Which version of software are you running on your X1000; PBR was added in some release before 10.x so need to check if your software supports PBR.

Thank you.
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Dpk_wal,

Thanks for your help and quick responses.

Alicka
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Happy to be of assistance.
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