Routing using 2 ISP question?

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Oct 2nd, 2007

I have to connect to my network a group of users that don?t share the same domain. I have created a new vlan for those users (vlan 20). This users can access my printers and some servers so they need to form part of intervlan routing. but ARE NOT ALLOWED TO USE MY ISP

I would like that thoses users access the the internet via a router axess-tel connected to my switch.

How can I route my traffic of this unique vlan via this axess-tel?


Interface Vlan 30

Ip address

Interface Vlan 10

Ip address

Interface vlan 20

IP address --- This users should use the internet via the axess-tel that have ip address

IP route ? All users but those on vlan 20 must use this route to access the internet.

How can I do this




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royalblues Wed, 10/03/2007 - 01:14

You need to use PBR to do this.

Deny the routes for the server/printer access from the PBR access-list and route all other traffic towards the axess-tel

access-list 100 deny ip

access-list 100 deny ip

access-list 100 permit ip any any

route-map axtess-tel permit 10

match ip address 100

set ip next-hop

interface vlan 20

IP address

ip policy route-map axtess-tel

You might need to edit the access-list if some access in future is required between some new vlans

HTH, rate if it does



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