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Static RoutingΒΆ

A route is how TNSR decides where to deliver a packet. Each route is comprised of several components, including:

VRF/Route Table

A discrete collection of routes to be consulted by TNSR or its services.

Destination

The network/prefix to which clients or TNSR services will send packets.

Next Hop Address

The neighboring router which can accept traffic for the destination network.

Next Hop Interface

The interface through which TNSR can reach the neighboring router

See also

ACL-Based Forwarding (ABF) is also available. ABF makes routing decisions based on whether or not a packet matches an ACL rather than only by destination.