Hi all. This is likely a basic question, so please forgive me and refrain from telling me to RTFM :)
I have a Cisco 6509 upon which I have several VLANs. All VLANs can see routes I add on the router that's enabled on the switch. I need to be able to add a route which will apply to only one VLAN. Can someone point me to the correct technology/terminology/documentation on how I might accomplish this?
1.- You define an access-list wchi will match traffic i.e from VLAN 1 to Subnet X
2.- You create a policy map which will perform a specific task ( for example taking a different path ) with the traffic matching the access-list on point 1
3.- Any other traffic which does not match the access-list will be routed using the normal routing process.
you could perhaps add a static route for subnet X pointing to a black hole ( no real Ip address ) and use the policy map for pointing only the traffic comming from teh VLNA you want to the real next hope IP address.
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