How Static Routes Appear in the Routing Table

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How Static Routes Appear in the Routing Table

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Added by November 16, 2017

In this video, Cisco CCNA instructor Mark Jacob shows how to have a static route point to a specific destination. There’s more than one way to type the static route command and Mark shows how to type a static route in two different ways. Static Route is the IP Route syntax but it’s pointing to a destination network as opposed to a default route which is unspecific.

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