Policy Based Routing Help

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Aug 7th, 2009

Below is the config applied...what am I missing.

They are telling me that they cannot connect to the remote end.

I am running BGP on this router with 2 E-1 connections and I am peering with ISP's loopback.

Please see attached config.

We currently send all traffic to our corporate office for proxy and filtering, however I want to strip out traffic for 2 - 4 hosts to go out local connection via PBR.

I am sure I am missing something easy.

I also provided the outputs of the access-list for matches as well as the sh ip nat trans to show it is nat-ing.

I have this problem too.
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yagnesh_tel Fri, 08/07/2009 - 13:03

I can see that you have used 'set ip next-hope' for PBR. While using PBR(skipping routing table) if you are using set ip next-hope then this next hope must be your directly connected interface's subnet otherwise router will drop packet as it has no way to identify this next-hope. So either use 'set interface' command or change your next hope to serial interface where you want to forward packet.

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