It occured to me over the weekend what the problem likely is.
Basically what I'm trying to do is,
I have 4 lines that are using CEF load balacing. I wanted to stop everyone except myself from using one of the lines so I can try and resolve a issue I am having with static PAT (port forwarding).
Basically what I had done is removed one of the default routes and a nat route-map for the line I want to stop people using then set up a IP policy on the FastEthernet0/0 interface for my IP address telling it to use that particular Dialer.
It occured to me the reason its not working is because there is no default route defined for the Dialer.
So I guess the question is how can you define a default route but only for a paricular IP address to use (myself). Is this possible?
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