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Remove route using CLI or change preference

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I have a Juniper SSG-140, I would like to remove a route with the CLI or at least change the preference number. Is that possible? if so, what is the command?
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the command should be;

delete routing-option static route x.x.x.x/24

in configuration mode you could type in "?" for the available options.

eg.. delete routing-options static route ?
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lruiz52, that's no ScreenOS CLI command you posted.

To remove a route (you can't change it, so always have to remove and add with change if needed):
  unset route 1.2.3.4/24
or whatever makes the route unique.
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