ho to apply ip policy to router that has 1000 of directly connected users?
i have a bras router that uses l2tp protocol ,
the users login and every users seems to be directly connected to the router on /32 subnetmask
i mean if u type , #sh users you will find alot of users which reach to 1000 users using vi access.
my router has one interface used as l2tp gi0/1 and the other interfacegi0/2 has a default route to internet "it connected to switch with two internet sources"
my question is, how to applly the polivy map that set a next hop to the traffic which is leaving the intrface gi0/2 ???
the problem is it has to be applied at the -----in direction--- but , in my scenario i dont has interfaces that each one has its subnet , but instaed i hae alot of directly connected subnets each one has the mask /32 .
The individual tunnels should be terminated on Virtual-Access interfaces, and in turn, these interfaces are cloned on the fly from the appropriate Virtual-Template interface. Hence, you will need to put the route-map for PBR purposes onto the Virtual-Template interface.
I doubt that a configuration change performed on the Virtual-Template is automatically propagated to associated Virtual-Access interfaces. It may be necessary to drop the L2TP sessions and let them reestablish anew for the changed Virtual-Template configuration to be applied onto newly cloned Virtual-Access interfaces.
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