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hey all you Cisco experts!!

i have a question.

I want to route all traffic to 1 website we use a lot for streaming to a particular interface on my router.

this interface is directly connected to my ASA which we use for VPN termination and i want to push the http traffic for this site out over that line as it has less contention

so i put in the following commands on router:

ip route is the ip on the interface connected to the ASA

on the ASA i configured the following:

route INTERFACENAME defaultgatewayip 1

so this basically didnt work. i couldnt get on to the website we stream from. so obviously the commands had an affect. but i must be missing something here.

anyone any ideas> thanks
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Would have to understand your network a bit better to be able to help you. Can you attach a network drawing?
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