I have a use case to connect P1 and P2 to different networks (same building but segmented networks0, but I need the routing table for each interface to be separate so traffic coming into P1 will use the DF route for P1 network, and traffic coming into P2 will use DF route for P2 network. We use WCCP to redirect traffic to ironport.
Has anyone tried this before and/or know if they use a separate routing table?
Using the same edge internet connection but the interfaces will connect to two different "core" routers behind the edge. So I assume if I put 0/0 route for P1 and 0/0 route for P2, only the P1 route will be used or will they load balance?
Either way doesnt really matter to me, I just need to connect P1 and P2 with WCCP up to two different networks (they are treated as independant datacenters) just wasnt sure if they shared the same routing table or not and how the outbound/return traffic would be handled.
The WSA will only send the WCCP HIA packets out of 1 interface. So if P1 is doing WCCP for network 1, P1 should be given a route to access the IP address for the second network that you are wanting to do WCCP.
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