I have 2 internet connections on my router and every thing is working fine now I want to make a static route ( port forward ) but it has to come in on my second ISP now this is my issue the packets come in but in return they use my default route so now the static nat wont work so i tryed adding a route to my second isp with bigger metric witch dident work so the only thing I can do is to make them both default route now cef comes in to play and starts load sharing witch is not what I want so my question is how can I have two default routes but make one my primary default route ? or is there a nother bether solution that I am not seeing ?
track 10 interface <isp2 interface> line-protocol route-map STAN permit 10 match ip address 10 set ip next-hop verify-availability <isp2 -ip) track 10
int x/x description Inside lan ip nat inside ip policy route-map STAN
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