I'm trying to get a route-map to work for a NAC installation that I am doing for a customer. From the feature navigator and command reference I keep reading that this platform/software combination supports policy routing. I know that in the other L3-switching platforms (3560/3750) you have to do a "sdm prefer" to allocate resources to the route-map, however there is no mention (that I can find) about an equivalent command for the Catalyst 4507R.
1) The IP next hop IS layer-3 adjacent to the Catalyst 4507R
2) There IS an ARP/MAC entry for the next-hop address
3) The "set ip default next-hop" works and matches, but the "set ip next-hop" does not. (Go figure :P)
Re: Route-Map on Catalyst 4507R with Supervisor IV
We figured out the issue...
Since most of my experience was route-map's on routers, I didn't expect certain L3 switch behavior. It turns out that "show route-map" does not increment match counters as on a router. It IS functioning, but you have to use "debug ip policy" in order to see it operating.
Be forewarned with "debug ip policy" as well. It will only show redirection at the first match of a source-destination because the routing decision is cached after that.
In the words of someone from TAC I talked to "policy-maps on a L3 switch is sometimes an iffy proposition"
Hope this helps anyone else who has the problem...
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