Your access-list will only match tcp packets. Any other protocol will not be matched, and are not affected. ICMP for instance, is not matched. So I don't think the behavior you observe is related to the PBR configuration you show.
If you want to match on SMTP packets I would also specify the SMTP port to make sure other tcp traffic (such as http) is not matched:
but if only want to match smtp traffic you must be aware of using * ip * insted you must use the protocol´s you want and especify the ports... that way you have a granullar control of whats is going through that link
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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