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One device for routing/firewall/ISP balancing/gateway

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http://serverfault.com – Here are my three choices: Right now I have a cisco ASA that I'm using for a firewall, vlan router, gateway, and ISP failover. There isn't enough control in the ASA for what I need and the license to do it gets very expensive. So upgrading that license is my least favorite option. My cisco also only has 100Mb interfaces, so file transfers between my two vlans would be really slow. I am thinking about getting a dell poweredge R210 II to handle all of these tasks. Its dells lowest spec rack server. I would just add a 4 port gigabit nic. I would use that to setup routing between my two vlans, a (HowTos)