Routing is a network layer resource, the purpose of which is to define the path taken by the packets to the destination. The device responsible for this activity is the router, and it has tables with the necessary information to determine the destination of the packets it receives.
This routing can be static being carried out through local routes defined by directly connected interfaces, or through address of gateways with the purpose of reaching a specific network or subnet.
You can optionally add IPv4 and / or IPv6 addressing routes based on the configuration profile of your network environment.
Click on the Static Routing tab.
Static Routing tab
The “Static Routing” screen will appear, as shown by the image below:
This section will cover:
- Adding, editing and removing routes;
- Example of configuring Static Routes with MPLS support;
- Configuration example with ECMP support;
Next, we'll look at the add button at the top of this screen.