What is set IP next hop?

Configures the next-hop IP address for the traffic that matches a match statement in the route map.

What is IP next hop recursive?

The PBR Recursive Next Hop feature enhances route maps to enable configuration of a recursive next-hop IP address that is used by policy-based routing (PBR). The recursive next-hop IP address is installed in the routing table and can be a subnet that is not directly connected.

What is IP policy route map?

Policy-based routing is a process whereby the device puts packets through a route map before routing them. The route map determines which packets are routed to which device next. You might enable policy-based routing if you want certain packets to be routed some way other than the obvious shortest path.

What is next hop in BGP?

The BGP nexthop attribute is the next hop IP address that is going to be used to reach a certain destination. For EBGP, the next hop is always the IP address of the neighbor specified in the neighbor command. In the above example, RTC will advertise 170.10. 0.0 to RTA with a next hop of 170.10.

How does ip route command work?

The ‘ip route’ command uses two syntaxes. It uses the first syntax to specify the local interface to forward data packets to the destination network and the second syntax to specify the IP address of the next-hop router that can send data packets to the destination network.

How do I set a static ip route?

Configuring Static Routes

  1. Navigate to the Configuration > Network > IP > IP Routes page.
  2. Click Add to add a static route to a destination network or host. Enter the destination IP address and network mask (255.255.
  3. Click Done to add the entry. Note that the route has not yet been added to the routing table.

How do I set up policy-based routing?

How to Configure PBR (Policy-Based Routing)?

  1. Step1: Configure ACLs. Permit statement in ACL is what will be matched.
  2. Step2: Configure route map instances.
  3. Step3: Configure match commands.
  4. Step4: Configure set commands.
  5. Step5: Configure PBR on the interface.
  6. Step6: (Optional) Configure local PBR.