Static Routes

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By default, no static routes are defined on the FreeNAS® system. Should you need a static route to reach a portion of your network, add the route using Network → Static Routes → Add Static Route, shown in Figure 5.6a:
 
By default, no static routes are defined on the FreeNAS® system. Should you need a static route to reach a portion of your network, add the route using Network → Static Routes → Add Static Route, shown in Figure 5.6a:
  

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By default, no static routes are defined on the FreeNAS® system. Should you need a static route to reach a portion of your network, add the route using Network → Static Routes → Add Static Route, shown in Figure 5.6a:

Figure 5.6a: Adding a Static Route

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The available options are summarized in Table 5.6a.

Table 5.6a: Static Route Options

Setting Value Description
Destination network integer use the format A.B.C.D/E where E is the CIDR mask
Gateway integer input the IP address of the gateway
Description string optional

If you add any static routes, they will show in "View Static Routes". Click a route's entry to access its Edit and Delete buttons.

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