SonicOS 7 Rules and Policies

Configuring Routing Rules

If you have routers on your interfaces, you can configure the SonicWall appliance to route network traffic to specific predefined destinations. Static routes must be defined if the network connected to an interface is segmented into subnets, either for size or practical considerations. For example, a subnet can be created to isolate a section of a company, such as finance, from network traffic on the rest of the LAN, DMZ, or WAN.

When configuring a static route, you can optionally configure a Network Monitor policy for the route. When a Network Monitor policy is used, the static route is dynamically disabled or enabled, based on the state of the probe for the policy. For more information, see Probe-Enabled Policy-based Routing Configuration.

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