Static Routes

Static Routes allows a static route to be assigned to a device.

Static route configuration in a Network Policy allows you to create one static route entry and assign that static route entry to multiple devices. The device is required to have the corresponding directly connected interface present in the routing section.

If adding a static route configuration at device-level, then the device is still required to have a corresponding directly connected interface present in the device-level routing section.

To configure Static Routes:

  1. Go to Configure > Network Policies.
  2. Create or select a Network Policy.
  3. Select Switching > Routing > Network Allocation and scroll to the Static Routes table.
  4. Select to add or to edit.
  5. Enter the Static Route Attributes according to the table below:
    Table 1. Static Route Attributes
    Field Description
    Device Select a Device from the drop-down menu.
    Static Route Name Enter the name of the Static Route.
    Destination Subnet Enter the desired subnet, such as
    Next Hop IP Enter the desired IP Address for the next Hop, such as 123.321.132.312.
    Next Hop IP Ping Protection Enable or Disable Next Hop IP Ping Protection.
    Metric Enter your desired metric value.
    Routing Instance Shows the Routing Instance.


    IPv4 Static Routes can also be added within Manage Devices > Select Supported Device > Configure > Network Allocation > Routing Configuration.
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    IPv4 Static Routes
    IPv4 Static Routes