Cisco IOS has a special feature called local policy routing, which permits to apply a route-map to local (router-generated) traffic. The first way we can use this feature is to re-circulate local traffic (and force it re-enter the router). Here's an example. By default, locally-generated packets are not inspected by outgoing access-lists. This may cause issues when local traffic is not being reflected under relfexive access-list entries. Say with configuration like that: Read More

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