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Can i configure my ASA 5510 to use two static IP one for Internet and the other for EMAIL traffic IP Address for internet is 207.x.x.1xx gateway 207.x.x.x and mail 72.x.x.x gatewy 72.x.x.1xx
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Please can anyone assist
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I'm gonna try this and give you a feed back....Thanks
I don't know about that, Pete...
Where is the 72.x.x.x ip address and gateway coming from? A different ISP, or the same one that provices the 207.x.x.x addresses?
If a different ISP, it won't work because the ASA can only have one default route - presumably through the 207.x.x.x gateway.
If from the same ISP, they need to route the 72.x.x.x block to your 207.x.x.x outside interface IP..
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Both of them are from the same ISP..

So are you saying i need to ask my ISP to route the 72 block through the 207 gateway? and then it will work!
Yes, then you can use all of the 72 block as static one-to-one nat translations to internal or DMZ hosts.
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could you provide me with an eg. of one of the nat rules that you talking about please
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Thanks i'll do so in a few hours............my firewall is in a live environment
Hi lrmoore hope you had a good xmas:)

I took that config from a working customer (two different circuits to one 5510 - two different IP ranges).
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