NoteMulticast static routes are supported in the IPv4 address family, but not the IPv6 address family.
Static routes are used to reach networks not advertised by routers, and are manually entered into the routing table.
configure iproute add 220.127.116.11/24 18.104.22.168 multicast
In the following example, the configure ipmroute add command is used to specify protocol information for a route:
configure ipmroute add 22.214.171.124/24 ospf 126.96.36.199
NoteIpmroute not supported for IPv6.
When a static route is configured with protocol information, the route is shown as UP only when the protocol route is available. Otherwise, the route is Down. In the example above, the multicast static route 188.8.131.52/24 is shown as UP only when the OSPF route is available to reach the network 184.108.40.206/24.
Static routes are stored in the switch configuration and can be viewed with the show configuration command. Static multicast routes that do not include protocol information are displayed using the configure iproute command format, even if they were created using the configure ipmroute command. Static routes that are created with a protocol field are displayed using the configure ipmroute command format.