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CHANGE A TUNNEL CONNECTION TO USE A CELLULAR CONNECTION

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I HAVE A REMOTE SITE CONNECTING THROUGH A CISCO 1841 ROUTER VIA DMVPN TUNNEL0 USING THE TUNNEL SOURCE AS THE FASTETHERNET CONNECTION WHICH IS AN ADSL CONNECTION - I WANT TO CREATE ANOTHER TUNNEL INTERFACE ON THE ROUTER - TUNNEL1 (FOR EXAMPLE) AND ENABLE THE CELLULAR 0/0/0 CONNECTION TO BE THE SOURCE FOR TUNNEL0. AT PRESENT THE DEFAULT ROUTE IS  the fastethernet connection. Thus, move the fastethernet connection onto tunnel1 and make the tunnel0 connection go through the cellular0/0/0 interface.
At present the default route is ip nat inside source list acl_nat interface FastEthernet0/0 overload and
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 A.B.C.D
I want to make the default route the cellular interface
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The difficulty, here, is that you can't have the same destination use different interfaces on your router.
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