Static Route-Cell Example

The factory setting for the cell gateway is set as the default gateway, you will need a static route entry to access the unit via the LAN. See directions below:

Issue a "/N". (this will connect you to ETH0) EH0 will be your local network.

  • Define the IP Address.

  • Define the Subnet Mask

  • Leave the gateway undefined.

This will already be defined under the /cell command:

  • Set fallback to “OFF”

  • Define the static route

Below is an example:

  1. route add -net netmask gw

(Below is a reference for units with cell interface and/or dual interface access)

  1. route add -net netmask dev eth0

  2. route add -net netmask dev eth1

Where the bold highlighted portion represents the ip address/range you will be connecting from.

The italicized is the subnet from where you will connect from.

And the bold & italicized will be the gateway you are connecting from.