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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

Static routes

Static routes can managed from the routing tables for IPv4 and IPv6 routes.

The routing tables can be accessed by going to System Settings > Network and clicking Routing Table and IPv6 Routing Table.

To add a static route:
  1. From the IPv4 or IPv6 routing table, click Create New in the toolbar. The Create New Network Route pane opens.
  2. Enter the destination IP address and netmask, or IPv6 prefix, and gateway in the requisite fields.
  3. Select the network interface that connects to the gateway from the dropdown list.
  4. Click OK to create the new static route.
To edit a static route:
  1. From the IPv4 or IPv6 routing table: double-click on a route, right-click on a route then select Edit from the pop-up menu, or select a route then click Edit in the toolbar. The Edit Network Route pane opens.
  2. Edit the configuration as required. The route ID cannot be changed.
  3. Click OK to apply your changes.
To delete a static route or routes:
  1. From the IPv4 or IPv6 routing table, right-click on a route then select Delete from the pop-up menu, or select a route or routes then click Delete in the toolbar.
  2. Click OK in the confirmation dialog box to delete the selected route or routes.

Static routes

Static routes can managed from the routing tables for IPv4 and IPv6 routes.

The routing tables can be accessed by going to System Settings > Network and clicking Routing Table and IPv6 Routing Table.

To add a static route:
  1. From the IPv4 or IPv6 routing table, click Create New in the toolbar. The Create New Network Route pane opens.
  2. Enter the destination IP address and netmask, or IPv6 prefix, and gateway in the requisite fields.
  3. Select the network interface that connects to the gateway from the dropdown list.
  4. Click OK to create the new static route.
To edit a static route:
  1. From the IPv4 or IPv6 routing table: double-click on a route, right-click on a route then select Edit from the pop-up menu, or select a route then click Edit in the toolbar. The Edit Network Route pane opens.
  2. Edit the configuration as required. The route ID cannot be changed.
  3. Click OK to apply your changes.
To delete a static route or routes:
  1. From the IPv4 or IPv6 routing table, right-click on a route then select Delete from the pop-up menu, or select a route or routes then click Delete in the toolbar.
  2. Click OK in the confirmation dialog box to delete the selected route or routes.