Policy-Based Rouintg + ACLs on Multilayer Switches - Help
We have a 6500 and are using VLAN interfaces (or SVIs) to perform interVLAN routing.
My scenario is that I have a route-map referencing an ACL that is matching destination RTP traffic (UDP 16384 - 32767) from a source subnet to a destination subnet. Then I am setting the next-hop IP to be the MPLS router which is connected to the 6500.
When RTP traffic goes through the switch that I am pretty sure matches the ACL, I don't see the ACL incrementing with matches nor do I see the route-map/policy being matched. Again, I am almost a 100% that it has to be matching the ACL.
I don't know how to tell if traffic is really being rerouted through my MPLS instead of its default path. Is there a reason I don't see matches on the ACL or the route-map/policy. Is it something to do with doing this on a multilayer switch (6509)?
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