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Static Routes direct packets to the destination network. It is a pre-determined pathway that a packet must travel to reach a specific host or network.
The objective of this document is to show you how to configure Static Routing on RV220W and RV120W.
• v220.127.116.11 - RV220W
• v18.104.22.168 - RV120W
IPv4 Static Routing Configuration
Step 1. Using the Security Configuration Utility, choose Networking > Routing > Static Routing. The Static Routes page opens.
Step 2. Click Add to add a new static route.
The Add/Edit IPv4 Static Route Configuration page opens:
Step 3. Enter the route name in the Route Name field.
Step 4. Check Enable in the Active field to make a route immediately active. If not checked, the route is added in an inactive state. It will be listed in the routing table, but will not be used by the router.
Step 5. Check Enable in the Private field to mark this route as private. This means that the route will not be shared in a Routing Information Protocol (RIP) broadcast or multicast.
Step 6. Enter the IP Address of the destination host or network to which the route leads in the Destination IP Address field.
Step 7. Enter the IPv4 Subnet Mask for the destination host or network in the IP Subnet Mask field.
Step 8. Choose the physical network interface through which the route is accessible from the Interface drop-down list.
The available options are as follows:
• WAN (Internet) – Wide area network is a group of network devices connected together, extending over a large geographical distance.
• LAN (Local Network) – Local area network is a computer network that connects computers within a limited distance.
Step 9. Enter the IP address of the gateway through which the destination host or network can be reached in the Gateway IP Address field.
Step 10. Enter a value between 2 and 15 in the Metric field to define the priority of the route.
Step 11. Click Save to save the static route configuration.