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Policy routing to two redundant routers.

I have a need to policy route some IP addresses and have no problem with how to do that - except when going through a pair of redundant routers.

I need to policy map data from my MVS system through several routers to a WAN router. There are two redundant distribution layer routers in the path, Router-B and Router-C.

On Router-A, right before the two distribution layer routers B & C, I have this route map:

Router-A#

route-map mvs permit 10

match ip address 105

set ip next-hop 164.7x.187.54

164.7x.187.54 is the next hop to Router-B. The next hop from Router-A to Router-C is 164.7x.187.50.

How do I configure the route map on Router-A to route traffic to not only Router-B, but Router-C also in case Router-B fails?

Do I just add a second 'next hop' statement like this?

route-map mvs permit 10

match ip address 105

set ip next-hop 164.7x.187.54

set ip next-hop 164.7x.187.50

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Re: Policy routing to two redundant routers.

Jim

I believe that you can put both addresses in the same set command:

set ip next-hop 164.7x.187.54 164.7x.187.50

HTH

Rick

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: Policy routing to two redundant routers.

Jim

I believe that you can put both addresses in the same set command:

set ip next-hop 164.7x.187.54 164.7x.187.50

HTH

Rick

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