Location A connects to Location B primaryily through a T1 connection.
Secondary is a Frame Relay connection.
Is there a way to route a specific server at Location A to three specific servers at Location B and route those three back to the server at Location A over the Frame Relay Connection and what is the risks
I don't know your topology but let's assume your server is forwards packets to a default gateway. The gateway router has the connections to your internet routers. In this scenario, PBR can be applied to the gateway router. The next hop address will be the internet router with the Frame Relay connection.
If you can please describe your topology I think that'd help.
Are Location A and B router 1 the gateway 192.168.2.1 and 192.168.3.1 respectively? And if I understand you correctly router 1 and router 2 (at both sites) have IP connectivity via the LAN segment? Is router 2 connected directly to router 1 or is there a layer 2 device connecting both routers and the LAN segment?
If 192.168.2.1 and 192.168.3.1 are router 1 at location A and B apply PBR there. Configure your next hop ip as 192.168.2.2 for 2.1 policy and 192.168.3.2 for 3.1s policy.
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