I was surprised to learn that our Cat4006 (CAT4232-IN-M, Version 12.0(18)W5(22b)) doesn't support policy routing. (I don't know if the supervisor engine (WS-X40130 is a Sup-I or Sup-II. How can one tell?)
Is there any version of IOS that supports policy routing with this hardware?
The 4232-L3 module does not support PBR and it is not on the road map. However the new Supervisor 3 which runs IOS will support PBR in an IOS release expected late this year/early 2003. Hope this helps
Thanks for the information. I have a CCS-on-a-stick configuration hanging off a 4006 and was hoping to have web traffic coming from the web servers (which are being firewalls) routed through the CSS (which is on its own VLAN). I've compensated for the lack of PBR support by running NAT on the CSS, but this isn't the way I wanted to do it. If anyone has ideas on how else to accomplish this, regardless of how unconventional, I'd love to hear them.
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