Using PBF To Split Services Between ISP's

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Using PBF To Split Services Between ISP's

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I have a need to split the traffic going to and coming from my Exchange server based on service. Currently I have both SMTP and 443 traffic coming into and going out of the same ISP (we'll call it A). ISP A is also the default for all incoming and outgoing traffic. I want to split this to have SMTP traffic coming and going through ISP B and leave the 443 traffic on ISP A.

I think I can do this with PBF rules but I'm not totally sure how to go about it. If so here are some questions that I have.

Do I need to create 1 PBF or 2? Incoming and outgoing or just outgoing?

Do I need to create NAT rules for the PBF traffic? I already have NAT for the stuff on ISP A.

Do I need to create regular policies in addition to the PBF. eg. allowing incoming port 25 etc.

Or, am I barking up the wrong tree. I looked at the document for branch office with two ISP's and there are similarities here, but I only want to do this for the one service and not use it for failover at this time.

Thanks in advance,

Kenton

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Kenton...I don't see a problem but you may want to research this.  Maybe your ISP-B can offer some insight on having the inbound & outbound split.

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