This document introduces the Route Policy (a.k.a., routing policy, or policy-based routing). This feature allows the network administrator to manage the outbound route for specific traffic.
The Route Policy always has higher priority than Default Route and Auto Load Balance set in WAN >> General Setup, and always has lower priority than the Firewall Rules. The administrator may also define a priority to the rules.
To configure Route Policy, go to Routing >> Load Balance/Route Policy. The following image is a screen-shot of Route policy list. It shows whether the policy is enabled, the criteria to match, and through which the interface should the traffic go if the criteria matched, and also its priority
To set up a Route Policy, click on an Index number. At the bottom of the page, there are two configuration modes: the Wizard Mode provides a simple and basic configuration; while Advance Mode allows more options.
1. First, set the criteria of the packets to apply this policy.
The above configuration is an example that if a packet is sent from192.168.1.10~192.168.1.100 to 22.214.171.124, no matter what the protocol or destination port is, it will follow this route policy.
2. Next, we select an interface and gateway through which should the packet go if it matches the criteria.
The above configuration is an example that if a packet matches the criteria of this Route Policy, it will be sent to the default gateway then the destination through VPN1.
3. In Advance Mode, if the interface is WAN or VPN, there are some more options:
Published On: May 12, 2016
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