How to direct certain traffic to one tunnel, other traffic to another?
I have a client with multiple sites (& Cisco routers). Most of the sites (spokes) have just one ISP connection, however one of the sites (the hub) has two ISP connections. I'd like to create two tunnels between the spoke-and-hub sites and only send certain traffic (eg: RDP and Telnet) through one tunnel and everything else through the another tunnel. (for simple load balancing purposes)
Is there any easy method to do this?
eg: I'm thinking of any traffic that matches an access-list, set the "next hop" to the endpoint of one tunnel, but I'm not sure exactly how to do that.
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