I have a site with three distinct departments that need to traverse two different PVCs on the same choked DS3. They teminate at a 3745 with 4 ethernet interfaces, dept. A (WIRE) uses f0/0 and f0/1 (one for backup) dept B (BRANCH) and C (IMAGE) use f1/0. A DSL backup is there on f3/0 for WIRE and BRANCH to use in case of DS3 failure - dept C CANNOT use this DSL. If the DS3 fails, IMAGE is gone, no worries.
BRANCH/WIRE use PVC 1/500. IMAGE traffic uses PVC 1/501.
How do I policy route this so niether IMAGE, nor BRACH traffic will use the other PVC in case of failure. Also, if the DS3 fails, I need to only route BRANCH/WIRE out the DSL backup. Here is my current config. I have not included any config for DSL backup yet. Also, there is a route-map on the
In addition to these configurations sent, can you also send me the network topology and the configuartions in WIRE and BRANCH departments?. Thus, it will be easy for me to specify the exact policy routing details.
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