I have a host running services available to the internet using a public IP address. I want to move that host to a different part of my network where the IP address would be on a different(private address) subnet behind a different router (than the one used for the ISP connection). What command can i use to route/redirect the traffic destined for example instead of going to 192.168.1.1 to go to 192.168.2.1? I just need this specific host to be moved for now. I could just add another NIC to that host, but that is not a great solution in this case.
Could you give me a link to an example where the policy map command would be used to direct traffic destined for a particular IP addr to another IP addr on a different subnet? Or if you could tell me the syntax for this command. All i can find for examples show bandwidth and priority stuff only.
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