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How to Add Static Routes?
At any time, you can add static routes to your machine via the route command. The standard syntax for adding a network route is: route add net "remote-network-ip gateway-ip" 'hop-metric-count' On Solaris 2.6: route add -net "remote-network-ip gateway-ip" -netmask route add -host "host-ip local-intrf-ip" -interface remote-network-ip is the network you are adding a route to, gateway-ip is the ip address of the gateway that leads to that remote-network. hop-count is an integer which identifies the number of gateways that you must go through to get to the remote-network. A network that is directly connected to your machine would have a hop count of 0 (ie, the 126.96.36.199 net in the example below). A remote-network that is directly connected to a gateway-machine that is, in turn, on the same network as your machine would have a hop count of 1 (ie, the 188.8.131.52 net in the example below). Static routes are rarely added for remote-networks with a hop count greater than 1.
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