I have a route-map set up which redirects all port 80 traffic from 10.250.48.0/24 hosts to a web page which is routed on another router.
The route-map is placed on the vlan interface for the 10.250.48.0 vlan, and sets the next-hop as the IP address for the second router, where the redirect web page is routed.
The next-hop on that router for this traffic is the IP address of the redirect web page.
This works fine UNTIL I apply an extended ACL on the vlan interface for the 10.250.48.0 subnet. The ACL restricts access to certain networks and hosts, but it does explicitly allow all port 80 traffic.
As soon as I apply the ACL to the 10.250.48.0 vlan the redirect fails to work. Removing the ACL restores the redirect feature.
What am I missing here?