This is my first time configuring OER policy. I want to accomplish the following policy but couldn't find a sample config from Cisco documentations. Can someone help me out?
Router R1 is OER master. Router R2 and R3 are 2 border routers. R1 has OSPF with R2 and R3. R2 and R3 has a direct link in between but not running IGP. I have configured basic OER master and border routers. They are talking fine.
R2 and R3 also have OSPF with external nodes, not BGP.
I want to configure the following outbound policy:
a) for HTTP from user subnet 10.10.10.0/24 to server subnet 10.10.100.0/24, use R2 as exit
b) for FTP from the same user subnet to the same server subnet, use R3 as exit
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From what you've described, it seems just PBR might satisfy your need.
Unsure OER can do what you desire; PfR (with PIRO) might be required. Also a good chance your link between R2 and R3 might need to be added to your OSPF topology.
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