Is it possible to policy route traffic from between L3outs? Like we do on IOS.
We have 3 L3outs in a single VRF and the requirement is to route traffic entering from one L3out (internal) to route it to another L3out (External1) or L3out (external2) based on source/destination network?
ACI PBR is only present along with L4-L7 services. And this one do not give you the possibility to control PBR based on specific SIP/DIP, but rather on source EPG/destination EPG through the use of contracts.
Isn't there an option you can control the preference of the L3Out through metrics?
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