Hi, I'm running ASA version 8.4(4)1 and have configured internet failover through the use of weighted default routes and tracking. This part works fine, but when I failover to ISP2 I can't connect out. The problem seems to be NAT, because when I failover it looks like the NAT entry for ISP1 is still being used. I have a second NAT entry for ISP2, is there anyway I can get the ASA to use the second NAT entry when it fails over to ISP2?
There are lots of examples out there on how to configure this, but all for older versions of ASA.
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