Cisco 2811 configuration for managing HTTP and other traffic through two connections

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Hi all, I have one Cisco 2811 router with serial interface for leased line connection to internet and an adsl wic for Internet connection too. What I what is to do is let HTTP traffic goes through the adsl connexion and other traffic go through the leased line. Is it possible and how? Thanks

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You mean that you have an adsl modem and a seperate leased line for the Router?

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Yes it is possible. You will need to deploy policy routing to force the traffic out the desired connection.

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  • AKN
    NO in the same router 2811, I have fast ethernet connected to the private LAN a seriel Wic1T connected to the IPS1 witch leased line and wic_adsl connected to ISP2. And I need to browsing to pass through only adsl and any other trafic through LL.
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  • Bhupendra
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