I have configured PBR on a 3660 router to route local traffic outbound to 2 different pix firewalls that sit in front of this 3660 router. I have 4 t-1 sites connected behind this 3660 router (all 2611 routers). Now the problem isn't routing through the 3660 out the Firewalls. The problem i am running into is routing from one T-1 Site to another T-1 Site. I have configured ACL's that deny PBR for a certain Server located at a remote T-1 site. When i run a trace to that server i see the Match in the ACL, but the 3660 still routes via PBR outbound to one of the pix firewalls.
Is there another way to configure my 3660 Router to route my traffic to two different firewalls depending on their subnets? Or am i stuck using PBR?
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