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IP Route

th0mas0s
Advisor

IP Route

Hello All,
I have a 5406 & a number of 2910's.

I am trying to route all traffic on the following hosts internally through
to 10.100.0.0 problem is they want to go out through an existing MPLS link
on port "A1" of the 5406 over the MPLS then back in via our other building
and then back across the EES100 circuit we have setup into the 5406 on port "A2".

IP 10.120.15.n
SM 255.255.255.0
DG 10.120.15.1

When I do a tracert on these clients to 10.100.1.249

10.120.15.1
192.168.1.9 BT WAN
192.168.1.2 BT WAN
10.100.1.249

I hope this helps.

Basically all 10.120.15.0 traffic to stay on the 5406 and not out through the MPLS

I have attached both the configs to assist.

Regards,
Shaun
always learning
5 REPLIES
Patrick Terlisten
Honored Contributor

Re: IP Route

Hello Shaun,

can you explain your problem a bit more precise? Can you provide us a drawing of you network?

Regards,
Patrick
Best regards,
Patrick
th0mas0s
Advisor

Re: IP Route

First thank you for the quick response

ok as requested

all sites have an MPLS connection including the one in question

The network in question also has an EES100 link to our old head office at present as our internet link is over there.

The traffic on the 10.120.15.0/24 network needs to find the servers via the 5406 and not go out via the mpls and back in over the EES100 as it does at present.

I am attaching a quick sketch of the network slightly modded.

Regards,
SHaun
always learning
th0mas0s
Advisor

Re: IP Route

If I add the following to the client

route add -p 10.100.0.0 mask 255.255.0.0 10.120.15.21

I can acheive the results I desire.

Can I do this with the 5406 based on th econfigs I have posted?
always learning
Patrick Terlisten
Honored Contributor

Re: IP Route

Hello,

yes, just add a route on the 5406zl.

ip route 10.100.0.0/16 10.120.15.21

Regards,
Patrick
Best regards,
Patrick
th0mas0s
Advisor

Re: IP Route

Hello Patrik,
thank you for the response.

That should be it. I will let you know how I get on.

Regards,
Shaun
always learning