We are in a switched network, using Cat 5500 switches. The routing is done via RSM on our 2 back bone switches. We have a default route established that currently points to 172.21.8.9 address. What we would like to do is to route all the HTTP/HTTPS traffic to a different ip address. Is there a way to route a specific traffic to an ip address based on a port or a class of service? - sort of like 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 port 80 172.21.8.10
and apply it to your routing interfaces. Please not that the packets not matching your route maps will be conventionally routed, therefore ensure you have appropriate routes for non-policy based destinations.
Final consideration is that PBR is in PLUS images.
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Introduction The purpose of this document is to demonstrate the Open
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