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Using Policy Based Routing to route port 80 traffic out of secondary internet circuit on Cisco Router

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I have a Cisco 2911 router that has two internet circuits.  The serial interface is the T1, and interface gi0/0 is the cable modem.  I use PBR to push port 80 and port 81 out of the cable modem.  It seems to be working, if I go to www.ipchicken.com the ip address of the cable modem shows up, so I know port 80 is going out the right circuit.  Here's the problem, the cable modem is a 50 Mbps circuit.  If I connect my laptop directly to the cable modem, all day every day I can achieve 50Mbps downloads.  When the router is connected to the cable modem, with port 80 traffic going through it, I can't get more than 1.5mbps speeds.  I don't understand what is happening.  I have this same exact setup at other locations but using 2800 series routers.  This setup the only difference is its a 2900 series.  I will attach the configurations.  Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks.
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