In this article we will discuss IP route Command, will make brief discussion on IP route Command, In last article we discuss about Floating Static Route.
Static routes are configured using the ip route global configuration command.
The following parameters are required to configure static routing:
- network-address – Destination network address of the remote network to be added to the routing table, often this is referred to as the prefix.
- subnet-mask – Subnet mask, or just mask, of the remote network to be added to the routing table. The subnet mask can be modified to summarize a group of networks.
One or both of the following parameters must also be used:
- ip-address – The IP address of the connecting router to use to forward the packet to the remote destination network. Commonly referred to as the next hop.
- exit-intf – The outgoing interface to use to forward the packet to the next hop.
The distance parameter is used to create a floating static route by setting an administrative distance that is higher than a dynamically learned route.