as I understand , your PC work like IPS and you want to forward all packets comming from specified external IP , you can do that with route map by setting next hop to @IP_IPS for all packet that match IP_A
Why don't you just bridge your IPS and set it in line?
in this way you would let it inspect all the traffic with no change in your routing because simply transperent to your network.. should you be unable to bridge it, i think that dakna advice is a good one!! maybe use prefix-list to make more granular the control..
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