The Route Map Statements

The following characterize the operation of route map statements:

• The route map statements used for policy-based routing can be marked as permit or deny.

• The route map will stop as soon as a match is made, just as an access list does.

• Only if the statement is marked as permit and the packet meets all of the match criteria will all the set commands are applied.

• IP standard or extended access lists can be used to establish policy-based routing.

— A standard IP access list can be used to specify match criteria for the source address of a packet.

— Extended access lists can be used to specify match criteria based on source and destination addresses, application, protocol type, TOS, and precedence.

Figure 10-17 Route Map Logic for Policy Routing #2

Figure 10-17 Route Map Logic for Policy Routing #2

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