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2 static routes

2 static routes

2 static routes

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I have a bcm 3.5 with both LAN ports in use. The problem is when I reboot the BCM. Both LAN1 and LAN2 have static routes with routing protocol set to NONE. Upon reboot, LAN2 loses the static route. Does anyone know why? I need it to stay because I have VPN users coming in on LAN2 and LAN1 has a static route for a remote office over another router.

Thank you.

RE: 2 static routes

Not sure why the system is not remembering the routes.
Could be because BCM is a flakey product :)
Could be because it runs on NT4.0 server :)
You could try building static routes by command line using the SSH client Nortel included in the install clients page.
You can also view your routing tables from the maintenance page.
Try building the route, deleting the route, rebooting the BCM and then rebuilding the route to see if you can repair the registry.

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