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HTTP spelt Traffic in cisco router

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please we need you help in the following case , i need to spilt the HTTP traffic that coming from  subnet 172.16.40.0/24 to go to ADSL line other traffic should go through the lase-line
i tried to use the policy base routing as shown in the attach file but it dosnt work at all
since i need to configure two default roue . and what i used is default route to the lase-line


please help in this case .

the topology in the attach file

also the policy base routing in the router
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don't you need to apply the ACL to interface fa0/0 instead of fa0/1
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by:ziadalshowaiter
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any where , but i required to spilt the HTTP traffic correctly
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what you need to bare in mind is to have ACL on the right interface otherwise it is useless.
Try to apply the ACL to fa0/0 interface.
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