There's a mobile version of our website.
I have a Cisco 3550 that I need to set up policy routing on. I enter the command: sh sdm prefer and the switch says it is the default template. We use the switch for access and routing. In order to enable policy routing what setting of SDM do I need? And once changed can I get back to the default SDM template if needed?
Also when I enter all of the commands to create polcy routing, the switch would not allow me to add the command "ip policy route-map pbr" to the vlan.
Here are the commands that I entered:
access-list 10 permit 220.127.116.11 0.0.0.255
route-map pbr permit 10
match ip address 10
set ip next-hop 18.104.22.168
int vlan 3
ip policy route-map pbr <---- this is where the switch does not accept the command. No error is given it just places a caret ^ under the word policy. Any help would be great. Thanks
You should find answers to your query here:
Before you can enable policy routing, you must configure one of these commands in the global configuration mode, and then the configuration must be written and the switch reloaded:
HTH, please rate useful posts.
Yes I know that it the document that I have been using. Hoever I ran into a problem configuring the switch using that document. Also please see my question above regarding SDM. What effect will enabling SDM have on my current routing and access on this switch?
Login to share your discussion activity with your friends on Facebook. You can control what you share and turn off sharing anytime.
Your Facebook friends can now see that you have started this discussion
Your Facebook friends can now see that you have commented on this discussion
Your Facebook friends can now see that you have read this discussion