The book's explaination : Access list 1 specifies that packets with a source address of 192.168.2.1 will be policy routed. Packets that match access list 1 will be sent to next hop 172.17.1.2. All other packets are forwarded normally according to their destination address. (Recall that access lists have an implicit deny any at the end, so no other packets will be permitted by access list 1.)
My Qns : So in the end, only packets from 192.168.2.1 will be policy routed right? Are other packets allowed to route as per normal or they are dropped?
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