I would like to know something about route-map.
I have some vlans in my switch, i want some of the ip's from these vlans to go outside through another router (router2). i have created different different route-maps and called on each interface vlans. I have a vlan that is connecting to the routers also. Instead of creating different different route-maps for different vlans and calling it on each different layer 3 interface vlans, can i create a common route-map which permit ip's from different vlan and call it on the vlan that is connecting to the router. or should i call the same on the interfcae vlan itself?
ip add 22.214.171.124 255.255.255.0
ip ad 126.96.36.199 255.255.255.0
ip 188.8.131.52 255.255.255.0
ip 10.10.10.10 255.255.255.0
thanks and regards
Thanks a lot for the suggestion. There was some discussion going on to move the backup link from the second router and plug it directly on the MSFC. I will create a static route to point the traffic destined for branch 2 servers from the branch 1 servers & will use PBR, same at branch 2 core switch also. As per this plan the secondary link will be in the core switch itself. In this scenario i believe i should put the route-map on the FWSM Outside Vlan interface only right?
appreciate your response.
thanks & regards
If you are connecting the backup link directly into the 6500 then yes, the only place you can do PBR would be on the SVI on the MSFC that connects to the outside of the FWSM.
Thanks for the reply. I have few more doubts on this,
1) Can i make a route-map with different next hops, like a primary and secondary like that ?
2) I have certain L3 Vlans created in the msfc and certain L3 Vlans created in fwsm module? how can i do the route-map for L3 Vlans inside the fwsm?
1) Yes you can. You can do "set ip next-hop "
2) FWSM does not support PBR so you can only do it on MSFC vlan interfaces.