That title may mean nothing..so let me explain - I'm sure this is an easy one for the majority of people out there.
I have two firewalls going out to the internet. The router has the default route set to one of the firewalls right now. I'd like to be able to change that a bit by looking at the source IP address of the packet - then based on that source - forward to one of the specified routers. The source could be either specific PC's or entire subnets.
I know this is a simple one using access-lists - but I couldn't think of (or find) how to tie access-lists into static routes.
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