I'm looking for the exact syntax for adding routes to a MARS box in order to utilize the ethernet 1 Management interface. I haven't seen much in the Cisco documentation and would prefer to see it in the context of a MARS implementation rather than simply a RedHat configuration page.
The documentation only states:
"To use eth1, you must define static routes to the destination networks for that interface."
I would like to read about implementation procedures specific to MARS and not RedHat.
Does anyone know if there is a detailed methodology for implementing the ethernet 1 Management interface, including the route adds to and from the network statements, on CCO?
Does it also give me a route back? The problem I have encountered is that the Management host for MARS that is trying to access the Eth1 interface also needs a route back configured on the MARS box. Please correct me if I am wrong.
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