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Traffics Forwarding

Hi there,
I have a T1 and DSL(backup) in the office. How can I use the ASA to forward the HTTP/HTTPS traffics to the DSL and keep all othrs with the T1?
Thank you,
Simonda
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Lee_YCPCommented:
I assume the DSL goes to the internet, is the T1 a private line to another site or does it go to the internet as well?  If both go to the internet, you could setup some type of weighting in your routing table.  Do you use the same ISP for both Which version ASA do you have?
Outbound traffic could be setup to use a proxy server for the internet http/https traffic.
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SimondaAuthor Commented:
Yes, both lines go to the Internet, but differrent ISP. ASA is 5500. Any examples for the configuration?
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Lee_YCPCommented:
Which model in the 5500 series ASA?  i.e. 5505, 5510, 5520
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SimondaAuthor Commented:
ASA 5505. Thanks.
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Lee_YCPCommented:
The exact configuration example for 2 ISP failover/backup is here:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/vpndevc/ps2030/products_configuration_example09186a00806e880b.shtml

Thinking through your question, does this sound doable:
1. Create the failover/backup configuration as mentioned with the T1 as primary.
2. Configure a proxy server to use the DSL interface or DSL ip as the gateway, thereby passing through the 5505.
3. Configure the clients to use the proxy server for HTTP/HTTPS traffic.

Anyone else see any holes in that suggestion?
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