I have a network of about 50 sites connected via MPLs. We have a default- route in the network for Internet access. The company has decided to remove this default route and use proxy for Internet access for security purposes.
Now before we remove that. We would like to see what application or who ( source ip) is using this default route. So that we can try to see dependencies. How can I achieve this ?
Your MPLS provider has giving you a default route, so that you sent any traffic from your CE to PE ( either internet traffic or intranet traffic).
So what ever traffic which originates in all your sites will need that default route to get out of that particular site and go to where it has to got. Its is PE which will decide where and how to sent that traffic.
It seems your setup looks like one of my customer have the same kind of setup..
It is like they have only MPLS connection at site and have internet connection at their HQ, So what they did is all required/known traffic to rest of the sites and to HQ routed over MPLS and the default-route/unknown/internet traffic pointed to the HQ gateway so that the internet traffic from other MPLS connected sites can get internet from their HQ site.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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