8.4. Routes

This section describes how to specify a route to a network that is behind a specific router. For example, a local network can have a router that combines several IP subnets.

To add a route, follow these steps:



Step 1. Provide a name and description for the route.

In the Network section, select Routes in the menu and click Add. Provide a name for the new route. Optionally, you can also provide a description for the route.

Step 2. Specify the destination address.

Specify the subnet where the route will point to, such as or

Step 3. Specify the gateway.

Specify the IP address of the gateway through which the above subnet will be accessible. This IP address must be reachable from the UGMC server.

Step 4. Specify the network interface.

Specify the network interface through which the route will be added. If you keep the default value, Automatically, UGMC will determine the interface based on the IP address settings of the available network interfaces.

Step 5. Specify the metric.

Specify the metric for the route. The lower the metric value, the higher the route's priority, if there are multiple routes to this network.