Other

Create the Next PBR Can


  1. Home
  2. Cook

May 1, 2014

By

The New School Beer

We don't usually promote anything macro brew related here at The New School but today I thought I would give one up for Portland's PBR swilling masses and art community. Grand Central Restaurant and Bowling Lounge and Pabst Blue Ribbon are teaming up again for the second annual PBR Drink & Draw art show and competition.
CLICK HERE to read the rest of this post!


Using PBR, the traffic from the hosts on VLAN10 will be forwarded to ISP1 and the traffic from VLAN20 will be forwarded to ISP2.

Policy-Based Routing (PBR) in EdgeOS works by matching source IP address ranges using firewall rules and forwarding the traffic using different routing tables. The routing tables that will be used in this example are:

  • table 11 The routing table used by hosts in VLAN10.
  • table 12 The routing table used by hosts in VLAN20.
  • main The main routing table used by the EdgeRouter itself and other interfaces that do not use PBR.

1. Enter configuration mode.

2. Make sure that two default routes are added to the main routing table.

3. Add two default routes for routing table 11 and table 12.

4. Exclude the Inter-VLAN traffic (between VLAN10 and VLAN20) from PBR.

5. Create the modify firewall policy that matches on the VLAN source IP address ranges.

6. Apply the firewall policy in the inbound/in direction on the eth2 VLAN interfaces.

7. Commit the changes and save the configuration.

You can use the following operational mode commands to verify the routing tables and firewall statistics:


Using PBR, the traffic from the hosts on VLAN10 will be forwarded to ISP1 and the traffic from VLAN20 will be forwarded to ISP2.

Policy-Based Routing (PBR) in EdgeOS works by matching source IP address ranges using firewall rules and forwarding the traffic using different routing tables. The routing tables that will be used in this example are:

  • table 11 The routing table used by hosts in VLAN10.
  • table 12 The routing table used by hosts in VLAN20.
  • main The main routing table used by the EdgeRouter itself and other interfaces that do not use PBR.

1. Enter configuration mode.

2. Make sure that two default routes are added to the main routing table.

3. Add two default routes for routing table 11 and table 12.

4. Exclude the Inter-VLAN traffic (between VLAN10 and VLAN20) from PBR.

5. Create the modify firewall policy that matches on the VLAN source IP address ranges.

6. Apply the firewall policy in the inbound/in direction on the eth2 VLAN interfaces.

7. Commit the changes and save the configuration.

You can use the following operational mode commands to verify the routing tables and firewall statistics:


Using PBR, the traffic from the hosts on VLAN10 will be forwarded to ISP1 and the traffic from VLAN20 will be forwarded to ISP2.

Policy-Based Routing (PBR) in EdgeOS works by matching source IP address ranges using firewall rules and forwarding the traffic using different routing tables. The routing tables that will be used in this example are:

  • table 11 The routing table used by hosts in VLAN10.
  • table 12 The routing table used by hosts in VLAN20.
  • main The main routing table used by the EdgeRouter itself and other interfaces that do not use PBR.

1. Enter configuration mode.

2. Make sure that two default routes are added to the main routing table.

3. Add two default routes for routing table 11 and table 12.

4. Exclude the Inter-VLAN traffic (between VLAN10 and VLAN20) from PBR.

5. Create the modify firewall policy that matches on the VLAN source IP address ranges.

6. Apply the firewall policy in the inbound/in direction on the eth2 VLAN interfaces.

7. Commit the changes and save the configuration.

You can use the following operational mode commands to verify the routing tables and firewall statistics:


Using PBR, the traffic from the hosts on VLAN10 will be forwarded to ISP1 and the traffic from VLAN20 will be forwarded to ISP2.

Policy-Based Routing (PBR) in EdgeOS works by matching source IP address ranges using firewall rules and forwarding the traffic using different routing tables. The routing tables that will be used in this example are:

  • table 11 The routing table used by hosts in VLAN10.
  • table 12 The routing table used by hosts in VLAN20.
  • main The main routing table used by the EdgeRouter itself and other interfaces that do not use PBR.

1. Enter configuration mode.

2. Make sure that two default routes are added to the main routing table.

3. Add two default routes for routing table 11 and table 12.

4. Exclude the Inter-VLAN traffic (between VLAN10 and VLAN20) from PBR.

5. Create the modify firewall policy that matches on the VLAN source IP address ranges.

6. Apply the firewall policy in the inbound/in direction on the eth2 VLAN interfaces.

7. Commit the changes and save the configuration.

You can use the following operational mode commands to verify the routing tables and firewall statistics:


Using PBR, the traffic from the hosts on VLAN10 will be forwarded to ISP1 and the traffic from VLAN20 will be forwarded to ISP2.

Policy-Based Routing (PBR) in EdgeOS works by matching source IP address ranges using firewall rules and forwarding the traffic using different routing tables. The routing tables that will be used in this example are:

  • table 11 The routing table used by hosts in VLAN10.
  • table 12 The routing table used by hosts in VLAN20.
  • main The main routing table used by the EdgeRouter itself and other interfaces that do not use PBR.

1. Enter configuration mode.

2. Make sure that two default routes are added to the main routing table.

3. Add two default routes for routing table 11 and table 12.

4. Exclude the Inter-VLAN traffic (between VLAN10 and VLAN20) from PBR.

5. Create the modify firewall policy that matches on the VLAN source IP address ranges.

6. Apply the firewall policy in the inbound/in direction on the eth2 VLAN interfaces.

7. Commit the changes and save the configuration.

You can use the following operational mode commands to verify the routing tables and firewall statistics:


Using PBR, the traffic from the hosts on VLAN10 will be forwarded to ISP1 and the traffic from VLAN20 will be forwarded to ISP2.

Policy-Based Routing (PBR) in EdgeOS works by matching source IP address ranges using firewall rules and forwarding the traffic using different routing tables. The routing tables that will be used in this example are:

  • table 11 The routing table used by hosts in VLAN10.
  • table 12 The routing table used by hosts in VLAN20.
  • main The main routing table used by the EdgeRouter itself and other interfaces that do not use PBR.

1. Enter configuration mode.

2. Make sure that two default routes are added to the main routing table.

3. Add two default routes for routing table 11 and table 12.

4. Exclude the Inter-VLAN traffic (between VLAN10 and VLAN20) from PBR.

5. Create the modify firewall policy that matches on the VLAN source IP address ranges.

6. Apply the firewall policy in the inbound/in direction on the eth2 VLAN interfaces.

7. Commit the changes and save the configuration.

You can use the following operational mode commands to verify the routing tables and firewall statistics:


Using PBR, the traffic from the hosts on VLAN10 will be forwarded to ISP1 and the traffic from VLAN20 will be forwarded to ISP2.

Policy-Based Routing (PBR) in EdgeOS works by matching source IP address ranges using firewall rules and forwarding the traffic using different routing tables. The routing tables that will be used in this example are:

  • table 11 The routing table used by hosts in VLAN10.
  • table 12 The routing table used by hosts in VLAN20.
  • main The main routing table used by the EdgeRouter itself and other interfaces that do not use PBR.

1. Enter configuration mode.

2. Make sure that two default routes are added to the main routing table.

3. Add two default routes for routing table 11 and table 12.

4. Exclude the Inter-VLAN traffic (between VLAN10 and VLAN20) from PBR.

5. Create the modify firewall policy that matches on the VLAN source IP address ranges.

6. Apply the firewall policy in the inbound/in direction on the eth2 VLAN interfaces.

7. Commit the changes and save the configuration.

You can use the following operational mode commands to verify the routing tables and firewall statistics:


Using PBR, the traffic from the hosts on VLAN10 will be forwarded to ISP1 and the traffic from VLAN20 will be forwarded to ISP2.

Policy-Based Routing (PBR) in EdgeOS works by matching source IP address ranges using firewall rules and forwarding the traffic using different routing tables. The routing tables that will be used in this example are:

  • table 11 The routing table used by hosts in VLAN10.
  • table 12 The routing table used by hosts in VLAN20.
  • main The main routing table used by the EdgeRouter itself and other interfaces that do not use PBR.

1. Enter configuration mode.

2. Make sure that two default routes are added to the main routing table.

3. Add two default routes for routing table 11 and table 12.

4. Exclude the Inter-VLAN traffic (between VLAN10 and VLAN20) from PBR.

5. Create the modify firewall policy that matches on the VLAN source IP address ranges.

6. Apply the firewall policy in the inbound/in direction on the eth2 VLAN interfaces.

7. Commit the changes and save the configuration.

You can use the following operational mode commands to verify the routing tables and firewall statistics:


Using PBR, the traffic from the hosts on VLAN10 will be forwarded to ISP1 and the traffic from VLAN20 will be forwarded to ISP2.

Policy-Based Routing (PBR) in EdgeOS works by matching source IP address ranges using firewall rules and forwarding the traffic using different routing tables. The routing tables that will be used in this example are:

  • table 11 The routing table used by hosts in VLAN10.
  • table 12 The routing table used by hosts in VLAN20.
  • main The main routing table used by the EdgeRouter itself and other interfaces that do not use PBR.

1. Enter configuration mode.

2. Make sure that two default routes are added to the main routing table.

3. Add two default routes for routing table 11 and table 12.

4. Exclude the Inter-VLAN traffic (between VLAN10 and VLAN20) from PBR.

5. Create the modify firewall policy that matches on the VLAN source IP address ranges.

6. Apply the firewall policy in the inbound/in direction on the eth2 VLAN interfaces.

7. Commit the changes and save the configuration.

You can use the following operational mode commands to verify the routing tables and firewall statistics:


Using PBR, the traffic from the hosts on VLAN10 will be forwarded to ISP1 and the traffic from VLAN20 will be forwarded to ISP2.

Policy-Based Routing (PBR) in EdgeOS works by matching source IP address ranges using firewall rules and forwarding the traffic using different routing tables. The routing tables that will be used in this example are:

  • table 11 The routing table used by hosts in VLAN10.
  • table 12 The routing table used by hosts in VLAN20.
  • main The main routing table used by the EdgeRouter itself and other interfaces that do not use PBR.

1. Enter configuration mode.

2. Make sure that two default routes are added to the main routing table.

3. Add two default routes for routing table 11 and table 12.

4. Exclude the Inter-VLAN traffic (between VLAN10 and VLAN20) from PBR.

5. Create the modify firewall policy that matches on the VLAN source IP address ranges.

6. Apply the firewall policy in the inbound/in direction on the eth2 VLAN interfaces.

7. Commit the changes and save the configuration.

You can use the following operational mode commands to verify the routing tables and firewall statistics: