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Cat6K Sup720 - PBR on specific interface

G'day,

I'm trying to get PBR working for a specific interface (gi x/x) rather than a whole vlan.

I know this is possible on other platforms but i'm kinda stuck :(

Current version is....

12.2(18)SXF4

Any tips would be great!

Thanks

Andrew

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Re: Cat6K Sup720 - PBR on specific interface

Yes, minimize the ACL will also lower the router's resource to process the ACL. i.e. hit the rule earlier.

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Re: Cat6K Sup720 - PBR on specific interface

What I suggest if you have the hardware on hand, just try to enter the config, if it accept then there should be no problem.

If it can't, you may configure a dedicated VLAN for the GE then PBR to this VLAN is the same. You cannot PBR traffic to a trunk and even you PBR to a physical interface, it should be in access mode.

Hope this helps.

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Re: Cat6K Sup720 - PBR on specific interface

G'day,

It looks like I cant run it on a switchport :-( ...

It is currently setup via a vlan but I would have like a little extra granularity with hosts would be PBR'd without using ACL's.

Ohh well, ACL's it is then!

Thanks Jack!

CHeers

Andrew

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Re: Cat6K Sup720 - PBR on specific interface

You're welcome. If the traffic will be PBR'ed then it should be using ACL, otherwise, how do you determine which traffic is require to redirect ? ;)

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Re: Cat6K Sup720 - PBR on specific interface

yeah, I only wanted a single acl for each "application (tcp any eq 80 any)" to minimise the amount of acls..

Ohh well... one acl for each server will have to do!!

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Re: Cat6K Sup720 - PBR on specific interface

Yes, minimize the ACL will also lower the router's resource to process the ACL. i.e. hit the rule earlier.

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