If I understand your question correctly, what you need is just to use PBR to route your traffic to the specified host. So, you need apply the related route-map under the interface of the Vlan where your PC 10.1.15.100 is in.
Saying you would like your PC to access 10.1.252.0/24 network which is a directly connected network to the same 6509, do you want to forward the packet to a specified host first? If not, why don't you just let routing table make the decision? If yes, just use related "match ip address " and "set ip next hop x.x.x.x" command in your route-map. Make sure there is no overlap entry in your existing ACL "GOTO_FIREWALL".
I cannot let routing make the decision because I am trying to manipulate the routing table because of the test I am trying to run. I am trying to send traffic to a new location for internet, and non directly connected networks and that is just fine. When trying to direct that host to a local network it normally has access to it does not route. I need some way to do this via PBR. What you propose is cannot be technically done, IOS will not allow you to use a next-hop to an IP that is self, in this case the directly connected network? I am looking for a way to get around this.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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