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Re: Making connected less preferred than remote route....... posted 08/02/2006
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Could you try taking off the first PBR policy rule? the hardware entry for
the whole destination prefix will be pointing to the local interface because
connected subnet is always preferred. For the second policy rule, make sure
you have ARP entry for the nexthop IP address.

On 8/2/06, Geert Nijs <geert.nijs@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> All,
>
> I am breaking my head over this one:
>
> I am sitting at a core switch and i want to configure the following:
>
> I have a remote subnet x which is routed to my core switch.
> I have this same subnet also configured locally on the switch:
> int vlan A
> ip address x.x.x.x
> shut
>
> the vlan is shut. Of course from the moment i unshut the vlan, all traffic
> to the remote site
> is dropped and all is routed locally (since vlan is directly connected it
> takes precedence over the remotely
> learned vlan).
>
> What i want to do now is the following:
>
> I want to route ALL traffic to the remote subnet, even if i have a locally
> connected subnet, EXCEPT for 1 ip address in this vlan. This ip address, i
> want to route to the locally connected interface.
>
> I tried policy based routing like:
>
> route-map FORCEVPN, permit, sequence 10
>   Match clauses:
>     ip address (access-lists): 199         ------------------> match
> single destination ip address
>   Set clauses:
>     set ip interface vlan 50                                ->>>>>>>>> put
> on local vlan
>   Policy routing matches: 0 packets, 0 bytes
> route-map FORCEVPN, permit, sequence 20
>   Match clauses:
>     ip address (access-lists): 198  -------------------------> match
> complete destination subnet x
>   Set clauses:
>     ip next-hop 10.129.4.1                        ----------------> use
> remote gateway so that it gets routed remotely
>   Policy routing matches: 1 packets, 60 bytes
>
>
> Unfortunatly, it does not work ? from the moment i unshut the vlan ->
> everything gets dropped. PBR does not seem to intercept the packets
> Hardware is C6500 with S720 running 12.2(18)SXF4
>
> Any ideas ?
>
> regards,
> Geert
>
>
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