I've been trying to get this set up properly, my company has two T1's from different ISP's. I want to send L2L vpn traffic through ISP 1, and have all non-vpn type traffic go through ISP 2. I only want L2L vpn traffic to go through ISP 2 as a failover. Same goes if ISP 2 fails, I want non VPN traffic to failover to ISP 1.
This is what I have, as of tonight, going to play with the config in my lab... Is there any recommended way of doing this? Any suggestions on config?
access-list 197 remark VPN PBR LIST
access-list 197 permit ip 192.168.1.0 0.0.0.255 192.168.2.0 0.0.0.255
No need to create 4 policies within a route-map. U can assign multiple interfaces in the set interface command. Doing this, 1st interface will be preferred & if this is down, second interface is preferred.So the config would be like this:
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