The answer to this question will have a lot to do with what platform you are doing this on. For example a Cat6 is capable of HW/switching of PBR traffic for match-ip-address and set next-hop only.. so if you are using any other set or match statements it would be done in the SW forwarding path and thus much slower and more intensive on the CPU. If both platforms you are putting this on support in HW or CEF forwarding paths then I would say that either would be hard on the CPU.
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