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Do Any Cisco RV Series Routers Support PBR (Policy Based Routing)

Posted on 2013-11-06
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Hi all,

We are looking for a routing solution within the range of Cisco Small Business routers that will support both dual ISP with Failover and Policy Based Routing.
Here is what we want:
- ISP1 and ISP2 both plug into the Cisco Router.
- We direct any voice or email traffic from the internal phones and workstations out ISP1.
- We direct any other traffic, including web browsing, out ISP2.
- If ISP1 goes down, email and voice traffic get routed out ISP2 until ISP1 comes back up.

Can any of the routers in the Cisco RV Series support Policy Based Routing? I know the RV042, RV082, and RV320 support dual WAN, but could find no info on PBR / Traffic Shaping.
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The RV042 can do some PBR, called 'Protocol Binding' in the 'Load Balance' section of the dual-WAN setup. This is from an older firmware, the new ones might have more options these days.

It also does bandwidth management.

Tamas
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No Cisco expertise to add, I will mention that sonicwall does all this easily with a GUI. Pleanty of tutorials as well
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