We currently have a Cisco ASA and a verizon router that is set up as a bridge.
We have a second Verizon Fios router with our second line, yes we pay for two. We have a application that uses a lot of bandwidth that they want to dedicate on this line.
As I said we have a second Verizon Fios Router and a second Cisco ASA that I have configured with the same rules as the first but different ip address.
What I would like to do is bridge this router and I have no idea how to do this in the admin. It's different than the first and Verizon isn't being very helpful.
Any idea how I can get this router to bridge or has anyone set this up? The end result will be Verizon is a bridge plugged into internet and Cisco ASA, cisco asa is plugged into it's own dedicated switch and the only systems plugged into that switch will have their own static its with the gateway to the second cisco ASA.
We originally wanted a second network for this but that right now is beyond my expertise.