Stop routing if PBF monotoring is down PA-500

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Stop routing if PBF monotoring is down PA-500

 

 First post to this forum!

 

I have a PA-500 and 3 ISPs. 2 of the 3 VLANs are forwarded using PBF (VLANs 10 & 30 ) and the third uses the default route (VLAN 20).

 

My (simplified) configuration is as follows;

 

 VLAN10 - PBF to ISP 1 fail-over to default if the monitor address is unreachable. <- This is working OK

 

VLAN 20 - No PBF, direct to the default route  (ISP 2). <- This is working OK

 

VLAN 30 -  PBF to ISP 2 wait recover and disable if unreachable 

 

If ISP 2 goes down I want to prevent VLAN 30 from being routed to another ISP. I have created another PBF rule below this one to 'discard'. Is this the correct configuration to achieve this or is there another way this should be configured?


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Re: Stop routing if PBF monotoring is down PA-500

Hi James ,

 

Create a PBF policy for VLAN 30 to route through ISP2 and monitor unchecked.Capture.PNG

 

Regards,

Ram

 

 

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Re: Stop routing if PBF monotoring is down PA-500

Hi James ,

 

Create a PBF policy for VLAN 30 to route through ISP2 and monitor unchecked.Capture.PNG

 

Regards,

Ram

 

 

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Re: Stop routing if PBF monotoring is down PA-500

It really was that simple. Thank you!

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