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Protocol switching I have two separate Internet connections and want to funnel which services use which connection. I want to limit all http and ftp traffic to connection b and all other traffic to connection a. Connection sits behind a Watchguard Firewall and Connection sits behind a Cisco Pix 515. Both firewalls are separated by VLANs on a Cisco 2924. What would be my best option to accomplish this?

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Re: Protocol switching

Give each connection its own network & use Handshake authenication to access each other.You could also use a DMZ for 1(one) connection.
With this you will be able to use 1(one) External IP Address

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