We have connections from C to A and also from C to B to A.
C: has vpn blade
B: has fwsm
A: has only sup720 and switchports
The traffic, from C to A is in GRE tunnel
It appears that C can't do policy based routing from C to A ...it works from C to B. Traffic from C to A is in GRE. It appears that traffic is encapsulated before policy based routing is decided...it can't make a decision based on ips in tunnel because of GRE.
Is there a way to make the policy decide something before traffic is encapsulated?
Cisco says policy based routing on this won't work. It will work on 7206 with GRE, but if it is coming from 7606 with GRE it won't work.
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