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Traffic management on 1760 router

Hi, we have two internet connections at a remote site. The primary connection is a full T1 and DSL as a backup.

Is there a way to manage the router traffic to designate the DSL backup to handle all HTTP traffic and designate the T1 for all other traffic?

I ask because the DSL connection has a larger downstream speed.

Thank you,

Andrew

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Re: Traffic management on 1760 router

Andrew,

You will need to cofigure policy base routing on the 1760, you can have something as this.

route-map http-https_traffic_Via_DSL permit 10

description web outbound traffic_Via DSL

match ip address 101

set ip next-hop

access-list 101 permit tcp any any eq 80

access-list 101 permit tcp any any eq 443

Apply route map to router FEthernet interface

interface

ip policy route-map http-https_traffic_Via_DSL

any www and https traffic request coming from your LAN will go out via DSL link, none web traffic ftp rdp etc..will go regular default route via T1.

Hope this helps

Regards

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Re: Traffic management on 1760 router

Andrew,

You will need to cofigure policy base routing on the 1760, you can have something as this.

route-map http-https_traffic_Via_DSL permit 10

description web outbound traffic_Via DSL

match ip address 101

set ip next-hop

access-list 101 permit tcp any any eq 80

access-list 101 permit tcp any any eq 443

Apply route map to router FEthernet interface

interface

ip policy route-map http-https_traffic_Via_DSL

any www and https traffic request coming from your LAN will go out via DSL link, none web traffic ftp rdp etc..will go regular default route via T1.

Hope this helps

Regards

Re: Traffic management on 1760 router

Andrew, are you all set with your request or still need help?

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Re: Traffic management on 1760 router

Thank you Jorge! That was really helpful

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