Changing packet destination based on source address/port? - PBR
I'm looking to use PBR or Route Mapping to change the destination of a packet based on it's source IP and/or port. Both if it's possible, I'd like to specifically say "If the source is x.x.x.x coming over port x, change the destination to x.x.x.x and route it to tunnelx" regardless of the packet's original destination. I am using a CSR1000v on AWS to do this. If I could get a detailed description of how I can do this, or why I can't do this, I would much appreciate it!
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