If you have complex routing requirements, then you may need to manipulate the network routing tables by adding static routes.
The Static Routes section displays the details about any static routes that are already defined for the appliance. To add a static route, click Add. The Static Route dialog is displayed.
The entries on the Static Routes dialog are as follows.
|Destination type||This drop-down list enables you to specify if the static route is for a Network subnet or a Host address.|
|Destination||The IP address of a host or network located outside the subnet of the WebTitan Cloud appliance, to which data can be routed.|
|Mask||The subnet mask for the destination host or network.|
|Gateway||The IP address of the next hop intermediary that can be used to reach the destination host or network.|
|Active||This check box indicates whether or not the static route is active.|
Click in Options column to edit an existing static route.
Click in Options column to delete an existing static route.
Click Save to save changes to the DNS Settings section.