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Policy Routing: Route Map Config Check

Thanks in advance.

I have a situation where i am terminating 3 T1's on a 2620 router from one provider, and a 10mbit Metro E from another provider.

I have a firewall behind the router that is NAT'ing out some addresses. 5 of these addresses are Static'd and providing services and one address is PAT for all local internet users.

The mission is to route all inbound connections to the Static'd ip addresses back out the 3 T1's. The regular internet traffic out the 10Mbit Ethernet.

Can you please take a look at this configuration and verify that this will work.

10 Mbit is the 208.x

T1's are broken out 198.144.x.x

Line to firewall is f0/1

Regards,

Nate

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Re: Policy Routing: Route Map Config Check

So, you want 209.49.191.0/25 to use 198.144.33.125 as the next hop which is known via FastEthernet0/0 - I'm confused there as that's where the traffic originated from.

198.144.33.60 host using 208.40.147.33 which is known via FastEthernet0/1, should be no problem.

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