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.
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
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.
- Virtual Routing and Forwarding
- Viewing Routes
- Managing Routes
- Default Route
- Host Interface Static Routes