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Static Routing Problem

I have 2 external connections to two different ISP's. I have implemented load balancing on these interfaces. I need to split up my Lan in two Vlans and want one Vlan passing through load balancing and the other using only a specified ISP. I put only one network IP in the route map and made a separate ip nat inside overload entry for the other vlan, however what is happening is that the packets from the vlan using onlt 1 ISP are still trying to pass and be translated through the route map as there are 2 ip route commands. Basically I have halpf the connectivity as now half the packets are being NAT'd and the other half arent.

Can I route based on source, or perhaps force the interface to route only to a specified next hop and not using the global ip route command?



Re: Static Routing Problem

can u put the configuration so that we can have a look and then can suggest?

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Re: Static Routing Problem

I solved it using Policy Based Routing.

Thanks for the help.