I have a L3 3550 (12.1) running OSPF, we are planning an enterprise wide IP migration. I need to route my traffic now based on source address, Legacy and new address space.
I have a route map functioning using the ?set ip next-hop? command. Which works as it is supposed to.
However I still need to take into account the OSPF routes.
Therefore I understand that the command I need to use is the 'set ip default next-hop' to allow packets to be routed using the routing table when specifically matched. However, I also know that this command is not supported by the catalyst 3550.
Can anyone please let me know of any alternative method if one exists to achieve the same result?
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