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How to static route network set

Wietse Hensen
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Not sure if this is the right place to ask.

Is it possible to add a static route of a network set in a Cisco ASA?

In our setup there are a number of networks and hosts of the RFC1918 network that we will need to route to a different interface then the outside interface.

We could add those networks/hosts one at a time in de static route options. This is time consuming. I was wondering if there is a solution, like adding a static route with a network set, so we can place al this networks in this set.

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> Not sure if this is the right place to ask.

The Security -> Firewall forum would probably be better.

Sadly, there is nothing like that on the ASA (btw: which platforms have that?). You have to configure all your routes one at a time or use a routing-protocol with your neighbor to learn those routes.

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> Not sure if this is the right place to ask.

The Security -> Firewall forum would probably be better.

Sadly, there is nothing like that on the ASA (btw: which platforms have that?). You have to configure all your routes one at a time or use a routing-protocol with your neighbor to learn those routes.

Unfortunately our neighbour wouldn't setup an relationship with us.

So it would be the only option for us to adding it manually one at a time.

Thnx for your reaction!

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