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itdesk
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Static routing Vs Policy base routing

Hello Friends,

 

I have two internet connection from received different ISP's. I wish to manage that internet connections  concurrently with ASA 5516-X device. Also Static routing entry is there for ISP1's gateway and internet is allowed to LAN properly from ISP1's gateway. But i want to setup 192.168.174.3 <One of Lan Device > related traffic via ISP2's gateway.

However still no any static routing configuration or policy-base routing for ISP2's gateway on ASA. Just i want to know static routing entry required for ISP2's gateway if i configure policy-base routing.

 

Thanks,

 

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jkilleda
Participant

Hello Gayan,

In addition you can refer to the document in the below link which contains prerequists and restrictions for PBR.

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/switches/lan/catalyst6500/ios/15-0SY/configuration/guide/15_0_sy_swcg/policy_based_routing_pbr.pdf

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Jon Marshall
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You don't need a static route if you are using PBR. 

 

Jon

Hi Jon,

 

That means two PBR policy required for ISP1 and ISP2 or one PBR enough. Because i have two VPN connection with associate ISP1. Also what is the best practice regarding PBR?

Thanks & highly appreciate your support.

 

Thanks

 

Usually you have a default route pointing to your primary ISP and then you use PBR for traffic you want to go via the other ISP. 

 

Jon

jkilleda
Participant

Hello Gayan,

In addition you can refer to the document in the below link which contains prerequists and restrictions for PBR.

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/switches/lan/catalyst6500/ios/15-0SY/configuration/guide/15_0_sy_swcg/policy_based_routing_pbr.pdf

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