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IPT and PBR

I have 2 site and a data center (CCM and IPCC server) fully meshed Frame-relay network. The PVCs to the data center are 1.0 Mbps CIR and the PVCs between the sites is 320 kbps CIR. The EIGRP routing protocol would redirect the RTP via the data center. In order to force the RTP onto the PVC between site I created the following

route-map CGC permit 11

match ip address 151

set interface Serial0/2/1:0.382

access-list 151 permit ip 10.33.71.0 0.0.0.255 10.31.55.0 0.0.0.255

The subnets are voice subnets for the 2 sites. This route-map is applied to gigethernet voice subinterface.

It seems to be working properly from IP phone to IP phone, however from GW in one site to a phone in another site it goes via the data center.

I am using H.323 GW and it is configured on the voice subinterface.

Any suggestions,or better way of doing this?

Chris

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Re: IPT and PBR

Hi,

You can use the distance command on the spokes to minipulate the preference of the routes that you want traffic to go directly between the spokes.

i.e

router eigrp 1

distance 89 10.1.1.1 0.0.0.0

the above will set the distance for routes matched by the acl from neighbor 10.1.1.1 to 89 therefore preferred over the route learnt from the DC router.

HTH

E.

Re: IPT and PBR

Chris,

I would suggest you use offset-list to change the metric of spoke2's LAN at spoke1 so that it does not prefer the route coming in via HQ.

You can set this to an interface (sub interface going from spoke 1 to spoke2)

HTH

Sankar.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/iosswrel/ps1828/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a00800ca56e.html#wp4708

PS: please rate the post if it helps!

Hall of Fame Super Silver

Re: IPT and PBR

Thanks Sankar, I thought about it, but felt the PBR would work better. I must have been doing my testing wrong as it appears to be working properly now. Thanks.

Chris

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