Static Routing for the Motorola i600Router Sceenshot

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>Advanced>Static Routing HOME SETUP ADVANCED TOOLS STATUS LOGOUT --> UPnP --> SNTP --> IP QoS --> Port Forwarding --> IP Filters --> LAN Clients --> Static Routing --> Dynamic Routing --> Remote Web Access --> Ethernet Switch Static Routing New Destination IP: Mask: Gateway: Metric: Destination IP Mask Gateway Metric Delete There is no static routing --> On this page, you can: Add a static route for a LAN subnet Remove static route(s) How to add a static route: Enter the network IP address of the LAN subnet in the 'New Destination IP' textbox, e.g: 150.10.0.1 Enter the network mask of the LAN subnet in the 'Mask' textbox, e.g: 255.255.255.0 Enter the IP address of the next hop in the 'Gateway' textbox, e.g: 192.168.15.10. This next hop is a computer (usually router) on the gateway's LAN, that connects the LAN subnet to the gateway. Enter the number of hops between the gateway and the LAN subnet in the 'Metric' textbox Click the Save button How to remove static route(s): Check the 'Delete' checkbox(es) corresponding to the static route(s) you want to delete Click the Save button Note: The gateway supports up to 16 static routes.
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