Cisco People? I have a route map question

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  1. Jackie Treehorn

    Jackie Treehorn Active Member

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    If I use the

    "match interface <int>" command for a route map, can I choose more then one one interface, and if I do. How will it affect the route map?

    example:

    route-map house-map permit 10
    match ip address 114
    match interface serial0/0 bri0/0

    s0/0 is the primary link, bri0/0 is only up when the s0/0 is down..
     
  2. Mikel

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    When you use more than one value in a match statement, I believe it uses the OR operator. Only one way to find out for sure...give it a shot. What are you using the route-map for?
     
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    Jackie Treehorn Active Member

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    Im using it for a NAT implementation. I created like 12 different vlans each with their own overload. But that's not really important here, I'm just trying to make it work so when the T1 goes down all the VLANs can still operate properly via the bri0/0 (ISDN)
     
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    Check your PMs. :big grin:
     

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