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routing based on source IP

Hi,

I have two offices LocA and LocB from both these locations i have a link our parent company LocZ. ( Say LnkA and LnkB respectively )

My problem is to route a particular machine in LocA , which is trying to contact a machine in LocZ through LnkB from LocB. How do i do this ..?

I only want this one machine to go through this path , all other machines shall go through my Link LnkA.

Thanks ..

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Re: routing based on source IP

If i understand your question correctly you can use policy-based routing, this will let you define a source address (via access-list) or there are other toys/parameters you can tinker with and then point it out to a next-hop, this policy map must be placed on source interface.

Here is a link to PBR white paper.

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/cc/techno/protocol/tech/plicy_wp.htm

Regards

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