I am trying to set up two ISPs on a Cisco ASA 5510. I have it set up however I cannot get the second ISP to route traffic to my FTP server in the DMZ.
interface0 - DMZ
interface1 - Internal Network
interface2 - ISP #1 Primary
interface3 - ISP #2 New
I can route traffic from ISP 1 to DMZ however when I try to set-up access from ISP 2 to the DMZ it doesn't respond.
I want to allow fixed external users to route either over the first ISP to the ftp server in the DMZ or over the second ISP to the server in the DMZ
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