Dynamic Routing

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About Dynamic Routing

Dynamic Routing allows for the exchange of routes between other routers using BGP and OSPF protocols. This allows for...

Dynamic Routing settings can be found at Config > Network > Advanced > Dynamic Routing.


Below are a few examples going from simple to more complex.

  1. Example 1.
  2. Example 2.


This section reviews the different settings and configuration options available for Dynamic Routing.

  • Dynamic Routing Enabled: Controls whether dynamic routing is enabled or disabled. The default setting is unchecked, which means dynamic routing is disabled. BGP and/or OSPF must also be enabled as well.

  • Status: Overall status of dynamic routing shows:
  • Aquired Dynamic Routes define Aquired Dynamic Routes here.
  • BGP Status define BGP Status here.
  • OSPF Status define OSPF Status here.
Dynamic Routing Status

  • BGP: Enable BGP protocol. BGP requires a lot more maintenance than OSPF but because its an older protocol, has wider adoption.
Dynamic Routing BGP
  • Neighbors define neighbors here.
  • Networks define neighbors here.

  • OSPF: A much simpler protocol.
Dynamic Routing OSPF
  • Networks define neighbors here.
  • Areas define areas here.
  • Interface Overrides define interface overrides here.
  • Advanced Options define advanced options here.

Dynamic Routing FAQs

Dynamic Routing FAQs