Can one Cisco IPS 4360 connect to two different ISP circuits?
Currently our network has two circuits from two different ISPs, with two firewalls in the middle of the ISPs and the corporation internal network. We are thinking of purchasing a Cisco IPS 4360 and put the device between the ISPs and the two firewalls.
We would like the traffic coming to/from ASA1 still use the circuit from ISP1, and ASA2 still use the circuit from ISP2. Is this possible? Can the 4360 route the traffic as we want?
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