Policy Based Routing and "set ip next-hop" command
I am very confused. I am configuring Policy Based Routing and am using the
"set ip next-hop ip_address"" command. Does the ip_address I specify have to be from an adjacent router (i.e., on the same LAN or WAN attached 1 hop away) or can it be from a router multiple hops away which is being learned from a dynamic routing protocol like EIGRP.
The 12.1 and 12.2 software docs I have been looking at states that the ip_address is defined as follows - "IP address of the next hop to which packets are output. The next hop must be an adjacent router."
However, I have been getting conflicting info. from some of my co-workers.
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