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please i need your assistance in the following case , i have asa 5512x with layer 3 switch three interfaces are configured in the asa as shown in the attach file , vlan is configured
an way i need to route the HTTP , HTTPs to the router connected to the ADSL and other traffic should be route to the router with lase-line .

please i need this help as soon as possible

best regards


Eng . Ziad Ismail Al-Showaiter
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can i have similar example in asa with ios 8.6
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