This is a discussion on Re: [fw-wiz] Forwarding traffic to an active IDS/Firewall - Firewalls ; Hi, This was exactly what i was looking for, PaulM send me a cisco page that contains info about PBR on cisco hw, so I will check it, the other answer whas to put the IDS/Firewall between the switch and ...
This was exactly what i was looking for, PaulM send me a cisco page
that contains info about PBR on cisco hw, so I will check it, the other
answer whas to put the IDS/Firewall between the switch and the uplink on
the datacenter, but i think this is a better solution since it allows me
to do load balance too in future.
Thanks for all people that helped me.
Dale W. Carder wrote:
>Thus spake Vinicius Pavanelli Vianna (firstname.lastname@example.org) on Wed, Jul 13, 2005 at 06:39:35PM -0300:
>>Anyone knows how I can forward all traffic the came to a Cisco Catalyst
>>swith to an gateway to do some IDS/Firewall/Traffic Shape?
>Use a policy route to force the next-hop. I think that's the
>closest thing to what you want. However, given that traditional
>switches are more or less agnostic to layer 3 information, you can't
>do that unless you have a switch with a routing card, or actually
>have a router.
>If you're only looking for IDS stuff, most high end switches support
>So, a layer-2 solution could use vlans and have your IDS/Firewall/Traffic
>Shape thingy route, bridge, or proxy-arp between them.
>Or, use a PC or some other device that can make switching decisions
>based on higher level stack information.
>Dale W. Carder - Network Engineer
>University of Wisconsin at Madison
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