Unequal load-sharing with static routes + Local IP
I'm planning to configure Unequal load-sharing with static routes (1:2) on our router 2951. We have to seperate ISP lease line provider 30Mbps and 45Mbps. Our local ip is in the 192.168.1.1 - 192.168.1.250. Is there a way i can enable the local ip address range 192.168.1.10 - 50 to access only the 30Mbps line and the rest of the ip address 192.168.1.51-250 to access only the 45Mbps?
You could achieve this by configuring Policy Based Routing. In PBR you configure a route map. The route map will use an access list to identify traffic to be policy routed and will set the ip next hop. So you would configure an access list to specify the first IP range and set its next hop to the 30 interface and another access list to specify the second range and set its next hop to the 45 interface.
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