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Hello,

We use Cisco ASA 5505.

From the ISP we have 3 static IP addresses.

All three IPs are subnetted so that each has its own gateway. default route to one of the gateways only works for the corresponding IP address and not for the other two. So I cannot route all three to a single gateway.

Will this work with the ASA?

Before we used to be able to route all static IP addresses to of the gateways...

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Istvan Kalmar earned 1000 total points
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Hi,

Iw will be works, you need to asd the ISP to route public IP to your outside interface address!

Best regards,
Istvan
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"All three IPs are subnetted so that each has its own gateway"

Could you please elaborate on this part, or at least share the IPs with us ?

Normally if your ISP assign you 3 subnets, it should be a sub allocation of a bigger subnet & the routing will occur at layer2.
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I think we could use some more info here. Could you give us an example on how this is set up? You don't have to give us the real IP's, just use similar addresses/subnets.
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