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PBR – Policy-based Routing configuration example

Policy-Based Routing Configuration

Here we will show different examples on how to configure specific PBR types:

  • Enabling PBR on the Router
  • Fast-Switched PBR
  • Local PBR
  • CEF-Switched PBR

Enabling PBR

This command will define that the router will use PBR and that the PBR will use route-map named TEST.

R1(config)# route-map TEST permit 10

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PBR – Policy Based Routing using Route map

About Policy-Based Routing

Policy-Based Routing – PBR gives you very simple way of controlling where packets will be forwarded before they enter in the destination-based routing process of the router.

It’s a technology that gives you more control over network traffic flow because you will not always want to send certain packets by the obvious shortest path. That is the job of routing protocol. If you want to send some traffic to the destination using some other path, you will need to use a method that will catch the packet as soon as they enter into router and decides where to send packets before they enter destination-based routing process. That’s Policy-Based routing all about.

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