Re: difference between ip default-gateway and default route
default-gateway ........... is the port of exit from your subnet (exit of a broadcast domain) to another subnet, WAN, etc. It is usually the interface in the router to wich your network is connected. You define it as the IP address of the router connected to your subnet.
default route ...... If the packet doesn't match any subnet in the routing table and you have defined a default-route, the packet will take the default-route and the packet will be delivered to the next-hop defined in the default-route.
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