Media Flow Manager Web-Based Interface : System Config : System Config > Routing

System Config > Routing
Set IP Routing options, including Default Gateway and Static Routes. See
Default Gateway
On the System Config > Routing page, enter an IP address and click Set Default Gateway to apply changes; click Save at the top of the page to make them persistent across reboots. See Figure 10.
Figure 10 System Config > Routing Page Detail (Default Gateway)
Static and Dynamic Routes
View all configured static and dynamic routes. A static route is a hard coded (manually defined) path that specifies the route to a certain subnet using a certain path. See Figure 11.
Destination—The subnet/path for this static route.
Mask—The netmask for this route.
Gateway—The configured gateway (path to the Internet) for this static route.
Interface—The port configured for this static route.
Active—Whether or not this route is being used currently.
Static—Whether or not this route is static (hard coded).
Select a route and click Removed Selected to immediately apply changes; click Save at the top of the page to make them persistent across reboots.
Figure 11 System Config > Routing Page Detail (Static and Dynamic Routes)
Add Static Route
Static routes set a path in the routing table for a particular destination. You must know the Destination you want a static route to, the Netmask, Gateway IP address, and Interface to use. Click Add Route to apply changes; click Save to make them persistent across reboots. See Figure 12.
Figure 12 System Config > Routing Page Detail (Add Static Route)

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