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Too simple?

OK, maybe I am being slow but here is a problem.

Single router (4500) 2 serial 2 Ethernet interfaces. Customer requires all traffic from E0 to go via S0 and all traffic from E1 to go via S1. They want to use single router for two seperate networks.

Sounds simple enough, but cant see how.

Any help guys?

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Re: Too simple?

Try using acces-list, you can with acces-list specify that traffic originating from a particular interface will be routed to a particular interface. they are called inbuond access-list.

Re: Too simple?

Use Route-maps..

Eg: you can have a route-map stating if incoming int is eth0 then set next hop xxxx.xxxx.xxxx.xxxx then if incoming int eth1then set next hop yyyy.yyyy.yyyy.yyyy

Configured this as a quick example:

interface ethernet 1

ip policy route-map Redirect

!

route-map Redirect permit 10

match interface Vlan28

set ip precedence priority

set ip next-hop 3.3.3.3

!

route-map Texas permit 20

match interface Vlan29

set ip precedence critical

set ip next-hop 3.3.3.5

Regards

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