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route-map and acl between 2 ISPs

I have a 2620 connected to 2 ISPs - I have 10 local hosts with private IPs that need to be static NAT and pointed to 1 of the ISPs and the rest of the local hosts will be NAT to a pool to the other ISP. This what I have so far - my problem is with the access-lists -

How do I have the access-lists know that I only want - 30 allowed access to ISP2 and the rest allowed access to ISP1? Do I need a second route-map and access-list or will the default route take care of that? Any other suggestions would be appreciated.

int fa0/0

ip address

ip policy route-map ISP2

ip nat inside

int s0/0

connected to ISP1

ip address x.x.x.x

ip nat outside

int s0/1

connected to ISP2

ip address y.y.y.y

ip nat outside

ip route x.x.x.a

access-list 199 permit ip ????????

route-map ISP2 permit 10

match ip address 199

set ip default next -hop y.y.y.b


Re: route-map and acl between 2 ISPs

Your post is very interesting for me.

I was thinking if this document would help:

Do you use different range of public IPs from the two ISPs?

If so, do ISP-1 allow you to send them packets using ISP-2's address

as your source address? and vice-versa?

I have asked this because I was trying to write

the configs but I do not want to make some assumptions.

Hope this helps.