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Route-Map 3750 on a SVI

Route-Map 3750 on a SVI

(OP)
Hi All,

I've got this pretty simple route-amp, as seen below.

ip access-list extended ACL-x2-FW
permit ip 192.168.246.0 0.0.0.7 any

route-map RM-FW permit 10
match ip address ACL-x2-FW
set ip next-hop 172.16.235.1

Then I go to the SVI and apply the ip policy but the traffic continues to route down my default route. The Default route is provided to the switch using eBGP.

conf t
int vlan 235
ip policy route-map RM-FW

I see nothing on the counters when I do a show route-map.

Am I losing it completely or something I don't know about? It's a 3750 with the IP Services rev 15.5.

Just a thought I'd run it past you guys before I tear whats left of the hair on my head out.

Cheers
MV


RE: Route-Map 3750 on a SVI

im assuming vlan 235 is the gateway for 192.168.246.0/29 ?

We must go always forward, not backward
always up, not down and always twirling twirling towards infinity.

RE: Route-Map 3750 on a SVI

(OP)
Yeap.

It's configured like this.

Int vlan 235
ip address 192.168.246.2 255.255.255.248
standby 235 ip 192.168.246.1
standby 235 timers 2 3
standby 235 priority 200
standby 235 preempt

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