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default routes in one VRF with multiple vlan's

Is it possible to have multiple default routes in one VRF for every vlan? The propblem is that if a machine in Vlan 20 is trying to reach a machine in Vlan 30 than it's using the default route that is used for Vlan10. The problem is that the firewall is receiving the SYN via the VLAN 10 subinterface and sending the ACK via the directly connected interface pointing towards Vlan30.

Vlan           VRF:             Router                      Screen Shot 2012-07-09 at 4.57.27 PM.pngFirewall ASA5510

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Vlan 10       vrf1              10.40.10.1                 E0/0.10     10.40.10.254* dg

Vlan 20       vrf1              10.40.20.1                 E0/0.20     10.40.20.254

Vlan 30       vrf2              10.40.30.1                 E0/0.30     10.40.30.254* dg

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default routes in one VRF with multiple vlan's

You can't have a default route per vlan.  When you deploy it, it is for the entire vrf.  May be you can do PBR if it is vrf aware.

HTH

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