Static routing

It is normally only necessary to configure static routes for unusual cases such as multiple routers or multiple IP subnets located on a network. A typical example might be:

Take an example. The default route to all non-192.168.0.x addresses (if the LAN is is out the WAN port to the ISP. But say, for example. is a special case to get to the office. In this case define a static route, telling the router that should not be accessed via the route to the ISP. Thus, if an attempt to access a device on the 134.199.0.x sub-net, then:

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