policy routing = rule based routing = policy based routing (PBR)
I cannot really see what you're asking. Traffic to the internet follows the default route which is "0.0.0.0/0" , not "/32". This is no actual subnet but a wildcard matching all routes. If your default route points to wan1 then all users will use wan1.
You use a PBR to divert traffic away from the default route. You can match the source address, the service or the destination address in a PBR.
If you want to use both WAN ports equally you would define an identical second default route for wan2.
So, please clarify what your goal and your question is. If you want instructions, please state your firmware version.
Thanks for the answer, ill clarify what im trying to achieve.
I'm trying to achieve Load Balancing for a specific network.
I have 2 ISPs, as I have stated 1A (WAN1) and 2B (WAN2).
Currently both lines are defined as static route with the value 0.0.0.0/0
Both lines are set to equal weight.
However, No traffic flows through 2B. Even though I have rules defined to specific networks to use WAN2 and placed first in the sequence. I also tested it by disconnecting line 1A - no traffic.
Furthermore, when I defined PBR for that 1 specific network, I lost part of my services - like some users can get mails via Office365 and some don't (everything in Office365 - DNS/MX/Etc.. is defined correctly else it wouldnt work at all without LB)
I hope this is sufficient, I can provide more details if needed.