I am having trouble wrapping my head around an issue, it might be a small one but it is on a production router and I don't want to break it in the process.
There is a config file attached.
We have MPLS to that site. On site we have DSL. We are simply trying to route internet traffic (for a specific VLAN or IPs within that VLAN) through the DSL (Dialer1) vs. the MPLS.
There is a route-map configured and the traffic goes that way (allegedly), because once is out that way won't come back. Either never gets there because it does not know where to go, or does not come back because it does not know from outside in, where to go.
I don't want to start playing too much with it since it is a production router and if I plug something wrong it will cut coms to it on the MPLS side and all hell will break loose.
Also, I've never configured this type of scenario before.
Any pointer in the right direction is much appreciated!
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