Configuring policy-based routing is a simple and effective way to change how a client's traffic moves across a network. In this video, explore how to configure PBR between two different endpoints.
- [instructor] Now that we've talked about the theory, … of policy based routing or PBR, … let's set it up. … Take a look at this typology on screen. … We've got a PC that wants to get down to the server. … And there are two ways it could get there. … It's going to go to a default gateway, … which is R1, … then we have a choice to make, … are we going to go to a next top of BB2 or BB1 … and then down to the server? … Well, I'm running OSPF as the routing protocol between R1 … and BB1 and BB2, … and yes I have changed the reference bandwidth, … so that OSPF can tell the difference between, … the 100 meg link and the gig link. … Remember by default, it considers both of those … to have a cost of one, … but I adjusted the reference band with, … so it really does prefer the gig link. … And that's the path we're going to be taking. … We're going to go from the PC to R1, … and it's going to say the cost is less, … if I go to BB2 and then out to the server. … But let's say for some reason, for some security reason, …
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