Traffic Segregation between 2 services in same router
I have a requirement for one of our client. There are 2 services offered to the customers but terminating on the same router. We have 2 upstream connections and would like to use the upstream only for that particular service. Say Service1 should use Upstream1 and Service2 should use Upstream2.
How do the traffic between 2 services segregated in a single router.
I can think of couple of options:
a. Use VRF for one service and push the traffic to the upstream, let the other service use global table.
b. Use logical router and configure 2 logical routers in a single router.
Would like to know is there any other way or feature available to achieve the above requirement.
Re: Traffic Segregation between 2 services in same router
can you rephrase your question. it is not clear.. we can make use of PBR for the same i guess... coz unless you have overlapping network range why do you need two routing tables... i mean a global and vrf??
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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