You can add a static route for a destination subnet or host.

1

Log in to vCloud Air and navigate to the vCloud Edge Gateway Services UI.

See Log In and Navigate to Advanced Networking Services for information.

2

Click the Routing tab and Static Routes.

3

Click the Add (add icon) icon.

The Add Static Route dialog box appears.

4

Configure the following options for the static route:

Option

Description

Network

Type the Network in CIDR notation.

Next Hop

Type the IP address of the Next Hop.

The router must be able to directly reach the next hop.

When ECMP is enabled, you can type multiple next hops. See Specify Global Configuration for information.

Interface

Select the interface on which you want to add a static route.

MTU

Edit the maximum transmission value for the data packets if required.

The MTU value cannot be higher than the MTU value set on the edge gateway interface. See Specify Global Configuration for information about he MTU set for the default edge gateway.

Description

(Optional) Type a description for the static route.

5

Click OK.

Configure a NAT rule for the static route. See Add an SNAT or DNAT Rule .

Add a firewall rule to allow traffic to traverse the static route. See Add an Edge Gateway Firewall Rule for information.