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Static Routes

If you have complex routing requirements you may need to adjust network routing tables by adding static routes. Note that manipulating static routes is not normally required.

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Go to System Setup > Network > Static Routes to manipulate static routes.

  • To add a new static route, click Add.... and the Add Static Route dialog box displays. Using the table below as a reference, complete the fields. Click Save to save this static route.

  • To edit an existing static route, click the edit ST-701-edit-button.jpg icon in the Options column and the Edit Static Route dialog box displays. Using the table below as a reference, edit the fields. Click Save to save changes.

  • To delete a static route, click the delete ST-701-delete-button.jpg icon in the Options column.

Field

Description

Destination Type:

Select Host to specify if the static route is for a host address, or select Network if the static route is for a network subnet.

Destination:

IP address of a host or network located outside the subnet of the appliance to which data can be routed.

Mask:

Subnet mask for the destination host or network.

Gateway:

IP address of the next hop intermediary that can be used to reach the destination host or network.

Active:

This checkbox indicates if the static route is active or not.

Comment:

Optional comment field.