Defining a static routing table on the ProxySG
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Defining a static routing table on the ProxySG


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ProxySG Software - SGOS Advanced Secure Gateway Software - ASG


Defining a static routing table on the ProxySG
You want to define a static routing table


A routing table is a text file containing a list of IP addresses, subnet masks and gateways (up to 10,000 entries). Here is a sample routing table:

From the Management Console:

  • Select Configuration > Network > Routing > Routing
  • In the "Install Routing Table from" drop-down list, select the method used to install the routing table and click Install.
    • "Remote URL" allows you to load a file from a local HTTP or FTP server using the fully qualified URL, including the file name, of the routing table.
    • "Local File" allows you to browse to a routing table stored on a local computer or network system.
    • "Text Editor" allows you to modify the current routing table.
  • Click Apply.

From the CLI:

  • Use the inline command to create a routing table directly in the CLI:
    SGOS#(config)inline static-route-table end-of-file_marker paste or enter contents of routing table inline


  • Or enter a path to a remote URL where the routing table is located
    SGOS# (config) static-routes path url
    SGOS# (config) load static-route-table


proxy#(config)inline static-route-table 123 <-- End-of-file marker
123 <-- End-of-file marker

Note: The End-of-file marker have to be exactly the same as indicated as being 123 shown above.