I was wondering what the best method for going about routing traffic from certain IP addresses over a specific WAN link would be. I have a 2621XM router with 2 WIC-1DSU-T1's in it. I want to enable it so that one of the T1's is only used for routing traffic from 2 servers and nothing else. I also want to prevent these two servers from sending any traffic over the other T1. Any suggestions on what the preferred method would be? Maybe an access list or something else? Thanks in advance.
You can achieve this by using policy routing. Route-maps enable you to specify the next-hop address based on the source IP address of the traffic. This would allow you to specify that any traffic sourced from the IP addresses of the servers should be routed across the second T1.
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