we have two transit providers and I'm doing load balancing based on bgp. (prepending, communities, etc.)
I want to receive traffic from transit provider B on the catalyst B.
For redundancy reasons Catalyst B has directly connected networks for every vlan and so catalyst B would forward all traffic directly to the downstream switches instead of sending all traffic via the link to catalyst A.
OK, I see it now. Each Cat6500 has a connection to one of the service provider. Right. I this case if you want to force the traffic to be forwarded to the other Cat6500, you could use PBR to base the forwarding decision on something else than the destination IP address.
Hope this helps,
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