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I have 2 internet interfaces on my cisco, and i want to redirect the traffic depending of the domain. for example.

Interface 1 - youtube, facebook, browsing, etc.

Interface 2 - Cloud services, mail, work stuff.

I need to sort the traffic by domain, not by IP.


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closed as not a real question by petrus, rnxrx, Michael Hampton, Ward, Sirex Sep 20 '12 at 21:12

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Voting to close. This is not how routers work. Please read about the TCP/IP stack and the OSI layers, and look at which layers routers operate and where is the DNS protocol. – petrus Sep 13 '12 at 21:59

the only way you can do this is use the ip addresses of the hosts. router operate on OSI Layer 3. The Layer of IP. the problem is that the IPs often change and your routing will not work correct.

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