I have a Cisco 2600 series with 2 T1's connected to WAN cards. There are three physical sites connected to this router. I would like all traffic from 2 of the sites to be routed through one of the T1's back to my Central Office and all traffic from the remaining site to go through the other T1 back to the Central Office. Each site has it's own subnet. I would like all traffic from the 10.24.X.X subnet to go to one T1, and all traffic from the 10.28.X.X and 10.101.X.X subnets to go to the other T1. I'm not real clear on routing the traffic when it comes from a specific subnet. Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks for the info. I have read the info and tried but it doesn't seem to have any effect. All packets are still routed to the default 10.255.255.10. When I take out the ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 10.255.255.10 statement, I can't get out at all. The config for this router is included. Thanks.
You need to apply a route-map to an interface (the inbound interface) in order for it to do anything -- same concept as an access-list. The interface command is "ip policy route-map xxx". Packets not matching the route-map will resort to the routing table, so in your case you only need route-map CHS.
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