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I was curious if the Cisco ASA was able to redirect traffic out a specific interface based on local or radius authentication.  Effectively can you Traffic Engineer based on level of Authentication.  

My ultimate goal is to direct remote users into different ports on a Core Switch.  The interface on the Core Switch will then be mapped to a VRF.  The secret sauce is being able to direct traffic out different interfaces on the ASA based on Authentication.

If not the ASA, do you know of any other boxes that might do the job?
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Should be doable by implementing route-maps and 802.1x on the core switch.

How are users authenticating and to what?
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