Secure Mobile Access 100 10.2 Administration Guide

Configuring a Default Route for the SMA Appliance

You must configure a default gateway on your SMA appliance for it to be able to communicate with remote networks. A remote network is any IP subnet different from its own. In most cases, the default gateway is the LAN IP address of the firewall interface to which the SMA appliance is connected. This is the default route for the appliance.

To configure the default route

  1. Navigate to the Network > Routes page.
  2. In the Default IPv4 Gateway field, type the IP address of the firewall or other gateway device through which the SMA appliance connects to the network. This address acts as the default route for the appliance.
  3. In the Interface drop-down menu, select the interface that serves as the IPv4 connecting interface to the network. In most cases, the interface is X0.
  4. In the Default IPv6 Gateway field, type the IPv6 address of the firewall or other gateway device through which the SMA appliance connects to the network. This address acts as the default IPv6 route for the appliance.
  5. In the Interface drop-down menu, select the interface that serves as the IPv6 connecting interface to the network.
  6. Click Accept.

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