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Re-routing Traffic

What is the best way to stop and re-route traffic across OSPF enabled devices?

 

 

A server (SrvA) is connected a router (RtrA) running OSPF (Area 1) connected to a switch (SwA) which is connected via OSPF (Area0) to a different switch (SwB) running OSPF (Area 2) to a router (RtrB) which is connected to a server (SrvB)

 

 

SrvA = 192.168.10.100/24

SrvB = 192.168.20.100/24

 

 

SwA = 192.168.10.1/24 (Area1) | 192.168.1.1/30 (Area0)

SwB = 192.168.20.1/24 (Area2) | 192.168.1.2/30 (Area0)

 

 

RtrA = 192.168.10.50/24

RtrB = 192.168.20.50/24

 

 

(Other pc's on each subnet connected to respective switch.)

 

 

 

A pc with the ip address of 192.168.10.189 destined for 192.168.10.100 (SrvA) needs to be re-routed and sent to 192.168.20.100 (SrvB) with the least amount of interaction.

 

If it helps switches are 3650's (16.3) and routers are 2901's (15.3).

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Re: Re-routing Traffic

Hi

You can use PBR to manipulate the traffic. Please correct me but you want to re-route the traffic originated by a PC to a server but using other path, is that correct?

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Re: Re-routing Traffic

Hi

You can use PBR to manipulate the traffic. Please correct me but you want to re-route the traffic originated by a PC to a server but using other path, is that correct?

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Re: Re-routing Traffic

Yes, that is correct. Just to ensure my understanding, would this work if it would only be a temporary thing? This (PBR) would be used for a brief period of time then reverted so traffic would be routed normally (within same subnet).

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