Cisco - Can GRE Tunnel support policy based routing?

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Can I apply a policy based routing on a GRE Tunnel in a Cisco IOS environment??? Please advise...
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Robing66066Commented:
If I understand what you are asking, the answer would be yes.  Set up IAS for Windows 2000/2003 and have your Cisco device perform authentication through that device as a RADIUS server.  

You will end up adding something like this to your config:

aaa-server TACACS+ protocol tacacs+

aaa-server TACACS+ (inside) host 10.1.0.100 <key> timeout 5

aaa-server RADIUS protocol radius

aaa-server authinbound protocol tacacs+

aaa-server authinbound (inside) host 10.1.0.100 <key> timeout

At the 10.1.0.100, you'll have your IAS (RADIUS) server set up with the policies you want.

Good luck!
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lrmooreCommented:
Yes. A Tunnel interface is just like any "real" interface in that you can apply access-list, policies, encryption, etc...
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