we have a 2621 router one branch office connectivity(s0/0) and the other ISP connectivity (s0/1)....the default route for this setup is thru s0/1....for packets landing on s0/0 from branch office we need to have a different default gateway and not s0/1..we need packets from branch office to hit a proxy server in the LAN of the HO and not go out thru's0/1'(default route of the router).. basically we need the branch office guys to be authenticated at the proxy and not go out thru the router.......The router has two ethernet interface one having LAN ip in the same subnet as the proxy and the other ethernet having a wan IP TO WHICH THE the WAN card of the proxy is attached .. how can this be accomplished
route-map Route-to-Proxy permit 20 is an empty route map instance, which will match all those traffic that are not matched by instance route map instance 10. An empty route map instance allows policy routing to route normally, using the routing table the router has. So all traffic which is local is matched by second instance, and will be routed appropriately to the main site lan. Thats the reason why the empty instance has been created.
set interface command can also be used here,because, irrespective of whether there is a default route or not, policy routing overrides normal routing, once a match condition is satisfied.
at the far end branch office, you can just put a default route pointing to that routers serial interface. Also, configure a static route pointing to the lan of the branch office, on this 2600 router via s0/0.
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