Return routes tab

When several gateways are used for load balancing, this tab will allow defining the gateway through which return packets will need to go in order to guarantee the consistence of connections.

If the gateway selected from the drop-down list is a host object, this object must specify a MAC address.

Button bar

Add Adds an “empty” return route. An added route (sending of a command) is effective only if its fields Gateway and Interface have been entered.
Delete Deletes the selected route.
ApplySends the configuration of the return routes.
CancelCancels the configuration of the return routes.

Interactive features

Some operations listed in the taskbar can be performed by right-clicking on the table of return routes:

  • Add,
  • Remove.

Presentation of the table

The table sets out four fields of information:

StatusStatus of the return routes:
  • Enabled: Double-click to enable the route created.
  • Disabled: The route is not functional. The line will be grayed out in order to reflect this.

Interface (Mandatory)

A drop-down list allows selecting the outgoing interface for the return route.

Gateway (Optional)

Clicking on this column will open the objects database in order to select a host or a virtual interface (IPSec). If the object is a host object, it must specify a MAC address.

(Optional) Comments

Any text.