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Static routes
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Static routes

Static routing is a type of routing in which routes are specified explicitly during router configuration. With routes, you can route some traffic through a proxy server, customize infrastructure connectivity, and more. The most common use of static routing is with firewall. A firewall allows Internet traffic for networks routed to it to pass through itself.

When adding a static route is specified:

  • network address (traffic to be routed to), netmask;
  • address of the gateway (node) that facilitates further routing (or is connected to the routed network directly).

As part of our service, a request from the Internet is processed by the router and redirected to the firewall to which the servers are connected.

To connect static routes, create a ticket. Any terminated subnet can be writed as a static route.