I have a MPLS cloud in our data center. I want one network coming into our core router to have a different default route than the other networks coming in. I'm getting hits on the acl but the route isn't applied and goes to the default route that is configured in the router. I have other PBR for setting local-preferences and as-paths and they are working fine.
You acl isn't applied anywhere from what I can see. You're matching an acl named "Al_Cloud_Collapse", but your showing the 2nd_Default_Route acl. Your route-map doesn't need to match the acl name, but the acl that you're referencing does. Try changing it to the following:
route-map 2nd_Default_Route permit 10
match ip address 2nd_Default_Route
set ip default next-hop 10.154.3.30
The policy map also needs to be applied to an interface. Assuming you expect this traffic to come in on the lan interface, you would configure:
ip policy route-map 2nd_Default_Route
Let me know if this doesn't answer the question....
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