I see how it is set up for source address routing, but what about destination port routing. All the documentation seems to talk about it address matching. Can we do destination port matching for policy based routing?
There may be a semantic issue involved in understanding this. The route map for Policy Based Routing may say match address 101 and it sounds like it is matching on addresses. But it is matching to an IP access list not just to addresses. So if you want to Policy Based Route for destination ports then just create the access list that permits the destination ports that you want to Policy Based Route. It really is pretty simple - and it works.
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