I need to make a simple PBR but it just don't seem to work. Let me brief you... I have router with a default route to another router connected to the internet, however i want that one host (192.168.127.2) jump to other router (think it like a rudimentary load-balance). But it just dont work... this is part of the conf:
+++ EXIT INTERFACE +++
ip address 10.0.100.1 255.255.255.0
no ipv6 mfib fast
mls rp vtp-domain xxxx
mls rp vlan-id 7
mls rp management-interface
mls rp ip
no ip address
no ipv6 mfib fast
+++ IN INTERFACE +++
encapsulation isl 110
ip address 192.168.127.1 255.255.255.0
ip policy route-map test
no ip redirects
ipv6 address xxxxxxxxx
access-list 1 permit 192.168.127.2 log
route-map test permit 10
match ip address 1
set ip default next-hop 10.0.100.2
I even remove the defaul route just to see what'd happend with no positive results.... I highly appreciate your help
Actually I got to find information about this. It turns out that when CEF or dCEF is enable it just rule out PBR, in the moment I enter "no ip cef" PBR start working. I currently have IOS 12.3T2 ENTERPRISE for the 7513. Does any one know what IOS can I use to succesfully run PBR and CEF???
You are righ baranski it is a bug. Check bug # CSCdy06253. But it is supposed to be fixed however i recently upgrade to IOS 12.3(2)T2 in my 7513 and still. This is giving me a lot of headache because there are some features that require CEF (NBAR and such) but i also need PBR. Any more feedback on this issue will be thank.
Is there a reason why you're using a bleeding-edge IOS version? Generally the newest T train releases are best avoided unless there are specific features that you need that can only be found in those versions.
So the best solution may be downgrading to a version that's known to be more stable. TAC may be able to give advice on which version to go to.
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