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Understanding the Network: A Practical Guide to Internetworking by Martin J. Michael

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Managing Static Routing

Display commands:

<show ip route>
<show interface [type/slot/port]>

Global configuration commands:

<ip route [network] [mask] [gateway] [administrative distance]>
<ip classless>
<ip subnet-zero>
<ip forward-protocol udp [port number]>
<no ip source-route>

Interface configuration subcommands:

<ip helper address [ip address]>
<bandwidth>
<mtu>
<no ip redirects>
<no ip unreachables>

Control commands:

<copy tftp [route-table-name]>

Although static routing is not an ideal total solution for IP route announcement in large networks, it is a very effective solution for small (single gateway) networks and provides needed gateway and route redirection services. Static routes are also essential to announcing networks ...

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