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Policy Based Routing:

Hi,I need your assistance,

I support a kind of network that has two separate links to each site-one of the links is known to be more reliable than the other,

There is some particular kind of traffic that is more critical than all other traffic.It comes from a particular source address from the remote sites,normally a machine with ip address 172.31.x.23/24,it would head for example to the HQ with ip address 172.31.124.61/30 and 172.31.124.67/30,these ips represent the diffrent links.Now i want the traffic to use the 172.31.124.61/30 as the preffered path,Am running OSPF and have put OSPF cost on each of the links and it works okay.

My problem is just getting traffic from a paricular ip to get to particular destination IP.In this case 172.31.x.23/24 to use the IP 172.31.124.61/30.

I really hope i have put my point out in a clear way.I am willing to explain more if not clear.

Please help.

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Re: Policy Based Routing:

manipulating ospf cost would trigger routing of all traffic via one preferred link.

You can use PBR on the inside interface and force the traffic (matched via the policy u define) onto a particular link.

access-list 101 permit ip

route-map PBR permit 10

match ip address 101

set ip next-hop

interface

ip policy route-map PBR

HTH

Narayan

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