Multi-topology routing (MTR) commands not available
I manage a network wich has different kind of services. The packets of each service are marked by DSCP value. I need to separate the routes of each class of traffic. This network is running under OSPF routing protocol. I thought to assign different OSPF cost to each kind of traffic by using MTR commands, but it seems that in IOS 16.6.x these commands are not available.
I mean this command for example:
policy-map type class-routing ipv4 unicast TOPOLOGY_POLICY
In this example the option "class-routing" is not available, so I cannot define the policy and apply it to an interface.
Is there any other way to get what i want? What is the reason because this commands are not avaliable? For me it is imperative to separate the traffic by servicies but without using static routes.
I'm using Cisco 4351 routers and IOS 16.6.5 installed on them. See the schemes with an example of what i want to do attached and the document that I found about MTR.
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