Example: Using policy routing to route traffic to networks that use the same address space

To manage traffic to networks that share the same address space, create a policy routing entry for each host.

The network is connected to two partners: Network A and Network B. The Network A and Network B partners use the same address space in their internal networks.

There are two hosts in the network. Host A works only with the Network A partner and Host B only with the Network B partner. The administrators decide to use policy routing to route the traffic between the network and the two partner sites. The administrators:

  1. Create policy routing entries for Host A and Host B on the Firewall HQ Cluster.

  2. Change the antispoofing rules so that they take into account the routing defined with the policy routing entries.
  3. Save and refresh the policy.