I am not familiar with Cisco Routers but have used other types for many years. I have inherited a Point-to-Point connection with 1721 routers at each end. I have been wading through the documentation for two days to find out how to add a simple static route to the configuration.
Then >> IP ROUTE 184.108.40.206 255.255.255.0 192.168.254.100
Then I do a Show Config
My route is not there?!?!?! I must be missing some step but I can't figure out what.!!!
Can someone take pity on me and tell what I am doing wrong, or point me to the correct forum??!!!
Is the interface that the packet will go out Up/Up. In addition, can you ping 192.168.254.100 ?? The router has to know which interface to take before it will add the route. Do a 'show ip route 192.168.254.100' does the router know how to get there???
It seems that the "Show Config" command defaults to the NVRAM Config. Show run does show the correct route and I found the Copy running to nvram command to update the NVRAM and now Show Config does show my new route.
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