I have an issue with a scenario at work. The thing is that I need to separate public and private traffic to access internet on a Cisco 887VA router that is running on a 15.1(4)M5 IOS. Since it does not support PBR, I came up with VRF-lite. But I had no luck. The router is not configured as a modem. The modem is next hop and we are not in charge of that modem and it is connected through a link to our router.
I was just wondering if there is a way around it that I could implement a PBR-like scenario on the 887VA router? Otherwise I think I'll only have the option of replacing the router with another router that could support a simple PBR.
I'd appreciate it if someone could help me with that if he/she has ever came across such a situation.
Thank you for your note. You were right. it supports PBR but the only interface that I can assign the Policy (ip policy route-map RMAP-NAME) is the Ethernet interface, and all my physical connections are on Fastethernet interfaces!?
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