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jomof
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Error mesage when attempting to add two static route in Gaia r 77.30

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I am trying to use the following two statemets in checkpoint gaia

 

set static-route 192.168.1.92/26   nexthop gateway address 192.168.42.185 priority 1 on

set static-route 192.168.1.92/26  nexthop gateway address 192.168.42.195  priority 4 on

set static-route 192.168.1.92/26 ping on

 

I am getting to create the first statement in Checkpint  Gaia R77.30 gui but when  I am attempting  to create the second route the firewall is displaying the following error

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Can anyone please assist.

Regards

 

 

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jomof
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Hello Baasanjargal,

That work I was able to add the second gateway successfully with the suggest priority in my post I ask about using the ping on feature, would this work with this method?

The other I am unsure how this priority works it it the one with highest  number the preferred path?

Regard

 

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PhoneBoy
Admin
Admin

Assuming this is a bug, R77.30 is End of Support.
If installing the last JHF doesn’t resolve this issue, you will need to upgrade to a supported release.

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Baasanjargal_Ts
Advisor

Hello jomof,

You need to add just one route for this subnet with two gateways with different priorities instead creating two separate routes. Try to configure same as below image.

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jomof
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Hello Baasanjargal,

That work I was able to add the second gateway successfully with the suggest priority in my post I ask about using the ping on feature, would this work with this method?

The other I am unsure how this priority works it it the one with highest  number the preferred path?

Regard

 

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PhoneBoy
Admin
Admin

Priority 1 is highest priority, and I believe ping will work with both routes.

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Baasanjargal_Ts
Advisor

Hello jomof,

You can check your route with the traceroute command.

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