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Dual Default Routes on ASA 5505

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I am about to install a 5505 ASA with the IPSec bundle unlimited and all. I need to configure it for two ISP access for failover, in case the main ISP goes down. Can some please help me with this?

I am thinking that all I need to do are 2 default routes and the one to the backup ISP will have a bigger weight than the primary.
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Perhaps I was a bit too fast.....

How is the setup with two ISPs, I mean how are things physical connected.
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Both are connected to the ASA I am using the "DMZ" feature on one interface as the secondary.
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Ok, then you might want to look at the SLA setup.

Another example: http://www.networkstraining.com/cisco-asa-5500-dual-isp-connection/
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erniebeek, that is the exact answer I was looking for. Than you very much.
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You're very welcome :)

And Thx for the points.
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