Forcing HTTP/HTTPS Traffic Thru a Specific Connection

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Firewalls
HTTP
HTTPS
Microsoft Exchange
Traffic management
Hello

I have several sites connected via a MPLS network for MS Exchange and other shared resources. Currently we have an Internet connection going into one site and making HTTP/HTTPS traffic accessable to the other sites over the MPLS network.

We would like to use a secondary Internet connection (Cable for example) and a firewall get the HTTP and HTTPS traffic off of the MPLS links.

My workstations are Windows XP, Servers are Windows 2003, secondary connection firewalls would be SonicWall TZ190, primary (MPLS) routers Cisco.

How do I get the HTTP/HTTPS traffic on the Cable connection and keep Exchange, SQL etc. on the primary (MPLS) connection ?

Thanks in advance for any assistance

 

 



Software/Hardware used:
My workstations are Windows XP, Servers are Windows 2003, secondary connection firewalls would be SonicWall TZ190, primary (MPLS) routers Cisco.

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