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  1. thanks for this Rene, easy to understand! PBR with IP SLA is so useful.

  2. Dear Rene,

    This is not working for me, please help…

    my debug ip policy output is as follows:

    *Dec 27 16:07:49.774: IP: s=192.168.12.1 (FastEthernet0/0), d=192.168.34.254, len 28, policy match
    *Dec 27 16:07:49.774: IP: route map RM-192, item 10, permit
    *Dec 27 16:07:49.778: IP: s=192.168.12.1 (FastEthernet0/0), d=192.168.34.254 (Serial1/0), len 28, policy routed
    *Dec 27 16:07:49.782: IP: FastEthernet0/0 to Serial1/0 192.168.24.4
    *Dec 27 16:07:49.794: IP: s=192.168.12.1 (FastEthernet0/0), d=192.168.34.254, len 28, policy match
    *Dec 27 16:0
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  3. Nothing. Its not forwarding through serial port. Any hint. I’ll make the topology again in gns3 and check again to see whats happening… thanks for the reply

  4. Hi Rene,

    As your diagram but i change from SERVER to Internet. Do i need default route or not ?

    Best Regards,
    CH

  5. Hi CH,

    Your routers will need to know where to forward traffic to. If you have an internet connection behind R3/R4 then you’ll need a default route yes.

    Rene

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