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Static Route

Static Route

Static Route

(OP)
I have a 2430 router with software ver 15.1, and I have yet to get a new site manager. The question is how do I setup a static route from the command line prompt.

[1:1]$

router ip address 172.16.14.1 255.255.255.0
Wan ip 172.16.255.54  next hop 172.16.255.53

Jeter@LasVegas.com
J.Fisher CCNA

RE: Static Route

Hello,

You need to pass in BCC (Bay Command Console) mode...Type BCC when you are logged in telnet on your router
After you've bcc> prompt..type config...once you type it you arrived with these prompt box# or stack#
Type ip and after you can create your static route
ip# static-route Address/NetMask Value/NextHop
You can type ? for command help.

Bye

 

RE: Static Route

hi,
to define static route using command line prompt you can do it using Bcc,
login to bcc and then write config
you will get the prompt box#
then to define a static route, go to the global IP prompt (for example, box; ip) and
enter:
static-route address <destination> mask <ip_mask> next-hop-address
<next_hop>

bye

RE: Static Route

(OP)
Thanks guys I will do that asap.

Jeter@LasVegas.com
J.Fisher CCNA

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