those commands are on the first router, 172.17.196.1, where the clients are first passing through. Basically I want to re-direct all the web traffic going through 172.17.196.1 to the content filter 172.17.16.45 as described in the diagram.
That will not work. As I mentioned earlier. The first router will finally forward traffic based on the routing table. You may know that PBR doesn't change the destination IP address. It just re-write Destination MAC to send to the next-hop you configured.
Well, What I can recommend is as follows:
- Bluecoat is running as a proxy. Right? Can you force users to do somethings on internet browser. Such as Manually configuring or Automatic Detect.
- let's check the switch at the other side. Can it support PBR? If it can, Go configuring on it. I mean, Configuring PBR on the direction that packets coming from the first router.
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