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Re: Anyone use Cisco Policy Routing?
Steve, I've seen this problem happen w/ policy routing and CEF enabled. You need to turn off CEF if this is happening to you. Cisco has a bug out on this, if I can find it in my notes I'll send it. Mark. On Fri, Sep 14, 2001 at 06:28:28PM +0100, Stephen J. Wilcox wrote: > > Hi, > I'm trying to setup a platform that will send different types of packets > over different routes, theres a good example of what I'm doing at > > http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/cc/pd/ibsw/ibdlsw/prodlit/dlsw5_rg.htm > > under 'Directing Traffic Flows with Policy Routing' > > Basically, it doesnt work, I'm on IOS 12.0(3) and not sure if its a bug or > just me. > > I'm using policy routing and route-maps to identify certain types of > traffic by tcp port number using extended access-lists and then change the > next-hop. > > Whats happening is that it works okay until the above access-list makes a > match, after that all packets to that IP address regardless of port number > get sent via the modified next hop. > > > I'm wondering if I've got > a) an IOS bug > > or if > > b) I need to turn off some kind of route caching/cef that works at layer 3 > altho I've disabled everything I could think of on the interface > > Any thoughts? > > Steve > > -- > Stephen J. Wilcox > IP Services Manager, Opal Telecom > http://www.opaltelecom.co.uk/ > Tel: 0161 222 2000 > Fax: 0161 222 2008