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is this the correct syntax to add a static route in a cisco 2600 router

cisco2600(config)#ip route 129.36.39.31 255.255.255.255 128.36.115.177

What is the syntax to delete this entry if I need to delete this static route.

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ptran
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Yes, this is correct - as long as you realize you are creating a route for a single host with the mask you are using.

The syntax for removal is to simply put a "no" at the beginning:

cisco2600(config)#no ip route 129.36.39.31 255.255.255.255 128.36.115.177

Hope that helps.
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