SA 500 Series Static Route Question

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Jan 20th, 2010

Can you enter a static route to go out a specific interface rather than an IP?

Example:

172.16.1.1 ---> WAN1

172.16.100.1 ---> WAN2

Can this be accomplished?

I have this problem too.
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Steven Smith Wed, 01/20/2010 - 12:11

Yes, you can specify the how the router will get to the device via by the WAN1 or WAN2, but you must also specify the IP of the gateway.

FratianiD Wed, 01/20/2010 - 12:18

See that's where it gets a little fuzzy.

The 172.16.x.x address's exist on modems on the WAN side.

The actual WAN (or gateway in this case) IPs on the modems are dynamic so I really don't want to specify a fixed IP for the "gateway".

Really, if it just went out WAN1 or WAN2 the appropriate modem would pick it up.

How would I accomplish this?

Would I give it Quad Z's or something like that?

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