I know I could just try this by modifying my config, but I wondered if anyone knew the answer.
We have a separate circuit coming into our office for non business.
Our main provider is on a different ISP. We use ASAs with multiple tunnels to remote locations, etc.
My question is can I configure a pfsense box to be used in a failover situation with our non business ISP. I don't want to modify any rules in the ASAs. IN a failover situation I just want to plug the wan asa port into my lan port on the pfsense box and wan on the pfsense to the non business use isp line.
I just want to configure a pfsense box with the lan set to my ASA external ip range and dhcp for my wan as per the ISP. I would also set the pfsense IP as the default gateway programmed into my ASA. Does anyone know if that technically would work for plug and plug outbound failover to a different ISP? I just want to allow outbound requests to the internet. I know my statics for vpn , dmz, wouldn't work.