I want to redirect traffic from a host in our European network to a host in our US network. The routing table has a dedicated 2mb link to the US already installed, however I don't want to use this. I want to use a route map to set the next hop address of the traffic between the 2 hosts to a VPN router. Can this be done just for the 2 host that want to talk over this VPN and still allow all other traffic to traverse the route installed on the routing table?
You can achieve this by using source based routing but need more info how your networks are connected and where the source and destination is placed etc., so throw more lite and also if possible do post out a small topological diagram..
Please see an attached diagram with my proposed configuration included. Any insights would be great.
So source of the traffic is VLAN 155 and the destination hosts are listed. They are reachable through the WWW GRE Tunnels and via the Savvis WAN. I want the traffic to these hosts to go through the GRE tunnels.
I see you are using the policy route map inside the interface vlan 155. This is not an ideal thing to do. In cases were you are using PBR and applying it to SVI's, under the route-map you should use set ip default next hop command and not set ip next hop.
Other than that everything else looks fine. Just ensure your reverse traffic takes the same path.
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