Pace 4111n-031 Gateway RIPv2 and Static Routes

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Pace 4111n-031 Gateway RIPv2 and Static Routes

I don't understand where it is in the configuration provided that I would insert my static routes. I have multiple other routers I need my gateway to work with, some of them require different subnets with a specific firewall configuration. Is there a page I'm missing? I just need to either enable RIP or RIPv2, or insert some basic static routes.

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NaruFGT wrote:

I don't understand where it is in the configuration provided that I would insert my static routes. I have multiple other routers I need my gateway to work with, some of them require different subnets with a specific firewall configuration. Is there a page I'm missing? I just need to either enable RIP or RIPv2, or insert some basic static routes.


 

If you open the GUI on the 4111N, click the Settings tab. Under Settings, click the LAN tab. Under LAN, click the IP Address Allocation. I'm pretty sure you'll find what you're looking for there

 

 

 




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I'm not looking to assign static IP addresses, I'm looking to assign static routes. The public/private NAT mappings available in the configuration page you're suggesting I use are not what I'm looking for either.
Static routing is described here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Static_routing

There is also nothing under the page you suggested that describes RIP dynamic routing.

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