• hi all,

    in the screenshot below is my route table on our procurve switch

    atm all out networks are going out via our tmg router (0.0.0.0/0 172.16.24.65) but i want to make a particular network go out via our other router pfsense (10.8.0.0/24 10.10.20.254)

    now if i do this will it mess up with the routes because atm the 10.8.0.0/24 has a gateway on the switch and so do all the other networks, so will all the other networks try to go out via the pfsense instead of the tmg which obviously i dont want to do

    thanks so much

    rob


  • @robina80:

    hi all,

    in the screenshot below is my route table on our procurve switch

    atm all out networks are going out via our tmg router (0.0.0.0/0 172.16.24.65) but i want to make a particular network go out via our other router pfsense (10.8.0.0/24 10.10.20.254) <<< what are these ? are these local lan subnets or pfsense boxes are on this subnet ..

    now if i do this will it mess up with the routes because atm the 10.8.0.0/24 has a gateway on the switch and so do all the other networks, so will all the other networks try to go out via the pfsense instead of the tmg which obviously i dont want to do

    thanks so much

    rob

    on second look i couldnt grasp your question.. perhaps you can draw a quick diagram of your network.

    but if you want to do pbr ..
    the pbr should be at the hp switch .. i doubt it supports it .

    what you can do is to do a pbr on tmg ..  so tmg will through traffic matchign certain criteria to pfsense.