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Policy Based Routing On Cisco 3560 Switch

Hi,

I am having cisco 3560 switch and I have two ISPs. From that ISP A has two links on two different interfaces on cisco 3560 switch. Out of that one is primary link and second one is secondary. Also I have ISP B coming on the same switch. I have to configure Routing on 3560 switch such that traffic coming from certain source should go through ISP A primary link and if primary link fails it should go from ISP A secondary link. And the remaining traffic specific to ISP B should be routed through ISP B.

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Re: Policy Based Routing On Cisco 2960 Switch

Prasad

Since the 2960 is a layer 2 only switch (no capability at layer 3) I believe that you will not be able to configure Policy Based Routing on this switch.

HTH

Rick

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Re: Policy Based Routing On Cisco 6224 Switch

Hi Rick,


Sorry i gave you wrong information. I have 6224 switch and i need to do this on 6224 switch

Prasad

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Re: Policy Based Routing On Cisco 2960 Switch

Hi Rick,

Sorry I gave you the wrong information. I am having cisco 6224 switch.

Prasad

On Fri, Jul 2, 2010 at 10:08 AM, rburts

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Re: Policy Based Routing On Cisco 2960 Switch

Prasad

The Cisco 6224 is a blade for a switch chassis. Can you provide specific information about the switch chassis in which the 6224 will work?

HTH

Rick

Re: Policy Based Routing On Cisco 2960 Switch

Hi,

I am having cisco 2960 switch and i have two ISP. From that ISP A have two links on two different interfaces on cisco 2960 switch out of that one is primary link and second one is secondary. Also I have ISP B coming on 2960 switch. I have to configure Policy based Routing on 2960 switch such that traffic coming from certain Vlans should go through ISP A primary link and if primary link is failed it should go from ISP A secondary link. Also traffic coming remaining Vlans should go from ISP B.

Hi,

As suggested by Rick you cannot do PBR with 2960 switch as it a L2 switch and for PBR to be work you need the enhanced image for PBR with L3 functionality of the switch.

Hope to Help !!

Ganesh.H

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Re: Policy Based Routing On Cisco 2960 Switch

Hi,

I have edited the thread with correct and specific information.

Re: Policy Based Routing On Cisco 2960 Switch

Hi,

I have edited the thread with correct and specific information.

Hi Prasad,

Check out the below link for PBR configuration

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/12_2/qos/configuration/guide/qcfpbr_ps1835_TSD_Products_Configuration_Guide_Chapter.html

Hope to Help !!

Ganesh.H

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Re: Policy Based Routing On Cisco 2960 Switch

you can follow this post also:

https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-8313;jsessionid=932B87819E43D75EB992A201577C4923.node0

its about dual internet links with PBR abd IP SLA

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