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PBR failover

we have 2 internet link and 2 proxy

we configured PBR for 1 link use one proxy

another link use another proxy

but if one link is down then proxy traffic shift to another link visa-versa

plz suggest me the configuration on urgent basis

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Re: PBR failover

If next hop is not reachable which was entered into PBR, then it will route through normal routing table only.

I feel your requirement is already satisified with your existing configuration.

Regards...

-Ashok.

With best regards... Ashok ----------- Pls kindly rate if helpful or answered your question.
New Member

Re: PBR failover

what happen we have two public ip pool

internet router connect with firewall on single interface

so we configured one nat on FW(public to private) and one nat on router(public to public)

i have two ACl for different different proxy

pbr configuration is

route-map XX per 10

match ip add 10 (one proxy)

set int se0/0/0

route-map XX per 20

match ip add 10

set int se0/0/1

route-map XX per 30

match ip add 20 (another proxy)

set int se0/0/1

route-map XX per 40

match ip add 20

set int se0/0/0

plz check the config and suggest me

Re: PBR failover

Instead of mentioning the interface, try using the next hop ip address

route-map XX per 10

match ip add 10 (one proxy)

set ip next-hop

route-map XX per 20

match ip add 20 (one proxy)

set ip next-hop

BTW, are both the public pools from the same ISP?

Narayan

New Member

Re: PBR failover

yes both public pool from same isp

New Member

Re: PBR failover

no ip in our interface

ip unnumberd of fastethernet

next hop assigned is not possible

no wan ip in link

Bronze

Re: PBR failover

The above given configuration need to be modified like this to satisfy your requirement.

route-map XX per 10

match ip add 10 (one proxy)

set int se0/0/0 se0/0/1

!

route-map XX per 20

match ip add 20 (another proxy)

set int se0/0/1 se0/0/0

That's it. For first proxy, the primary destination interface used for routing is Se0/0/0 & back up as Se0/0/1 if Se0/0/0 is down. Vice versa for second proxy.

Experiment this & let me know the result.

Please read this document to get more info.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6599/products_white_paper09186a00800a4409.shtml#wp14045

Regards...

-Ashok.

With best regards... Ashok ----------- Pls kindly rate if helpful or answered your question.
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