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Route some IP traffic over tunnel

Hi, i would like to be able to route some internet trafic over my normal adsl connection, and some other trafic (defined by port or ip address) over a tunnel of some sort to a remote site, which would then perform routing of its own.

Now i am totaly new to VPNs but would these work? Would we need to set the internal network addresses to different subnets between the two sites?

Are there other easier solutions for me to do this?

Many thanks,

Chris

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Re: Route some IP traffic over tunnel

You may use an acl to define traffic that qualifies for tunneling so you can separate traffic from different sources or based on protocols.Otherwise, you can most likely achieve your goal with policy routing:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk365/technologies_tech_note09186a008009481d.shtml

Regards,

Leo

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