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To add a route, click Add Route [] respectively for each [IPv4] and / or [IPv6] frame.


Next, we will exemplify the configuration according to the specifications of the form and the data of the fields for definition of the static routing for the destination network of the remote point of the “GRE tunnel” in the standard [IPv4]:


Add Route


  • Description: Defines a description for identifying the configured static route. This is a required field. Ex.: “Route Network”;
  • Interface: Selection of the network interface corresponding to the device [ethX / tunX] that is connected to the outbound gateway device of the packet for the destination network. Usually refers to the communication interface between routers. Ex.: “[tun0]”;
  • IP/ Destination network: Enter or select from the list the destination IP address / Network / Subnet to be reached. This is a required field. Ex.: “Class B network”;
  • Destination gateway: Enter or select the gateway address from the list to access the destination network. This is a required field. Ex.: “172.31.0.1/32”;
  • Destination: Enter the "Administrative Distance" of the route to access the destination Gateway. The default value accepted in this field is 1, the minimum value is 1 and the maximum value is 225;
  • Destination Label: This field will appear ONLY if the selected interface already has MPLS enabled. For more information, see the page. Enter the administrative distance label. The minimum value is 16 and the maximum value is 1048575.


Note that in the IP / Destination Network and Destination Gateway fields, the listed objects are of the unique type, so it is necessary to create them in advance. If not, they will not appear in the list. For more information on creating an IP-type object, see this page.


To save changes, click [], otherwise, click the [] at the top of the window or click outside it to cancel the procedure.

After saving, you will need to access the command queue [] and apply the changes made. For more information on the command queue access the page: UTM - Command queue.


This same procedure applies to the configuration of an IPv6 route.


After performing these procedures the interface will have been successfully configured.


Access this page, to see an example of how to connect between two UTMs using ECMP to perform dynamic routing.

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