Is it possible to route http traffic over a DSL connection while all other traffic routes over a T1? I have a customer who is asking that all their users web traffic route over the DSL line instead of the T1, but all other traffic must go over the T1. I looked for examples of port based route maps, but came up blank. I remember something years back when the blaster came about where I was able to dump all netbios to a null interface, but cant remember how I did it.
Excellent, this was the part I was missing that I couldn't locate.
route-map HTTP permit 10
match ip address name HTTP
set ip next-hop [dsl_gateway
Thanks, I will give it a try and hopefully will work. The DSL modem/router should already be setup for NAT, so that shouldn't affect it, but I wont know until I dig into the router and see how they currently have the DSL setup. We normally use DSL/Cable for backup purposes only using a GRE tunnel with EIGRP runnign over that. If they arent setup that way, then this should work OK, if they are, then this will not work since the router/modem will be bridged and will cause havoc if I enable NAT.
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