We currently have a multihomed Cisco 1811 running IOS 12.4.
FastEthernet0 (FE0) is assigned 126.96.36.199 from ISP-A. FastEthernet1 (FE1) is assigned 188.8.131.52 from ISP-B.
OER is configured and working well.
The problem I have is sometimes (randomly) various remote networks are unable to ping or SSH into the Router itself using ISP-A (184.108.40.206). They have to use ISP-B (220.127.116.11). Sometimes it is vice-versa.
I am assuming that this is caused by the OER algorithm setting a static route to the various destination networks.
I can set up a local policy to force any connections destined for FE0 to go back out FE0.
I can set up a local policy to force any connections destined for FE1 to go back out FE1.
I have been unable to determine how to create a local policy so that both FE0 and FE1 behave this way "simultaneously".
My question is:
1. Is it possible to set a local policy such that when a connection enters FE0, it is routed back through FE0 and when a connection enters FE1 it is routed back through FE1?
Thanks in advance.