We have the need to split traffic for a specific VLAN out one interface that has DSL on it. We are currently connected through MPLS to the site, but over there, we have to route VLAN 204 out the other way.
I am unsure on how to acomplish this swiftly and without hiccups on the network.
I know the access list needs to be created for that IP
access-list 204 permit 24
match ip address 10.71.204.0 http
match ip address 10.71.204.0 https
Also, the route map needs to be created
route-map InternetATT permit 100
match ip address 204
set interface Dialer1
Then I am unsure as to where to apply the PBR ... Gi0/0 or Gi0/0.1?
This DSL is through a modem in bridge mode. Attached directly to Gi0/1 and we have ONE static IP address which the modem registers with at logon.
I am also unsure about NATing this traffic. We do need to protect it and have the security license to do so. See attached router config for more details.
I've never attempted this, so any help in the right direcction is much appreciated!
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