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I have 2 firewall with different IPs, I want to test to send some routes out one firewall, is there a way to detect which way it routes on my internal side rather than doing a static map destination/network nexthop
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by:Zephyr ICT
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I'm not sure I understand the question correctly, but I'll give it a shot ...

You want to test a route using a certain router/firewall?

The tracert command has the option "-j" which you could try for this ... Like I said, not entirely sure what it is exactly you're trying to accomplish.

Example:  tracert -j <fw-ip> destination
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by:Infamus
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Or tracert -d 4.2.2.2 (any internet IP) to see if which route it takes to get to the internet.
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by:djcminuz
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Sorry my question is more from the router side. I have mulitple subnets, and I would like to route a specific hosts of a subnet to a remote firewall. I'm running ospf in a vrf environment, all host can ping each other. So for example

2 firewalls 10.0.0.1 and 10.0.0.6

right now all go out 10.0.0.1 but what to test a host 10.10.26.205 to send out 10.0.0.6. I know for static route's I need the destination netmask nethop, but I have over 300 destinations I would have to add.

Is there an easier way to have this done on a router?
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is this something you want to do?  Sorry I don't quite get what you are trying to do.

Maybe a diagram will help.

http://glennmatthys.wordpress.com/2012/04/24/policy-based-routing-example-route-one-subnet-via-isp-a-and-another-via-isp-b/
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by:djcminuz
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Thats exactly what I was looking for, is been a long week and cant think. Thanks
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by:Infamus
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I hear ya.. Glad to help!
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