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This object allows you to configure SBC 5000 series management static routes. This object specifies the gateway to which you wish to direct traffic from your Packet, Management, or Link Interface. In effect, this object allows you to add, change, and delete gateways (NEXTHOPs) to these interfaces. Interfaces and static routes combine to form the IP routing table for your network. This table must ultimately provide a route to each potential call destination IP address.

To View Mgmt Static Route

On SBC main screen, go to Configuration > System Setup > Mgmt Static Route. The Mgmt Static Route window is displayed.

Figure : System Setup - Mgmt Static Route

 

To Edit Mgmt Static Route

To edit any of the Mgmt Static Route in the list, click the radio button next to the specific Mgmt Static Route name.

Figure : System Setup - Mgmt Static Route Highlighted

The Edit Selected Mgmt Static Route window is displayed below.

Figure : System Setup - Mgmt Static Route Edit

Make the required changes and click Save to save the changes.

To Create Mgmt Static Route

To create a new Mgmt Static Route, click New Mgmt Static Route tab on the Mgmt Static Route List panel.

Figure : System Setup - Mgmt Static Route Fields

The Create New Mgmt Static Route window is displayed.

Figure : System Setup - Mgmt Static Route Create

Enter all the required fields. You can click Show only required fields at the left hand bottom of the panel to view and enter only the required fields to create a new Mgmt Static Route.

The following fields are displayed:

Table : System Setup - Mgmt Static Route Parameters

Parameter

Description

Destination IP address

Specifies the range of the number of past interval that can be configured for retrieving the statistics data. Must be 1-12 (intervals), default is 4.

Prefix

The IP prefix of this static route entry.

Next Hop

The IP address of the next system enroute to the destination. The 32-bit IP address of a default subnetwork gateway in dotted decimal form (for example 128.127.50.224). Default value is 0.0.0.0.

IP Interface Group Name

Specifies the IP Interface Group Name.

IP Interface Name

Specifies the IP Interface name.

Preference

Specifies the route preference. Route preferences are used by the lookup engine to decide the route entry to use if multiple equivalent routes exist to the same destination. By default, route preferences on active interfaces take the values:

  • 1—local route
  • 5—direct route
  • 10—static route
  • 20—OSPF route

Static and OSPF routes on standby interfaces have a value of 250 added. The higher the route preference, the less likely the route is to be used. This value must be in the range 1-255 for active interfaces and the corresponding entries on the standby will have a value of 250 added.

To Copy Mgmt Static Route

To copy any of the created Mgmt Static Route and to make any minor changes, click the radio button next to the specific Mgmt Static Route to highlight the row.

Figure : System Setup - Mgmt Static Route Highlighted

Click Copy Mgmt Static Route tab on the Mgmt Static Route List panel.

Figure : System Setup - Mgmt Static Route Fields

The Copy Selected Mgmt Static Route window is displayed along with the field details which can be edited.

Figure : System Setup - Mgmt Static Route Copy

Make the required changes to the required fields and click Save to save the changes. The copied Mgmt Static Route is displayed at the bottom of the original Mgmt Static Route in the Mgmt Static Route List panel.

To Delete Mgmt Static Route

To delete any of the created Mgmt Static Routes, click the radio button next to the Mgmt Static Route which you want to delete.

Figure : System Setup - Mgmt Static Route Highlighted

Click Delete at the end of the highlighted row. A delete confirmation message appears seeking your decision.

Figure : System Setup - Mgmt Static Route Delete Confirmation

Click Yes to remove the specific Mgmt Static Route from the list.

 

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