Force 10 Static Route Confirmation

Hi Guys

I'm looking to add in some static routes on my 2 core switches (both S4810's) which I've inherited.  I've got some existing routes which I need to mimic so I'm just looking for confirmation that I'm about to do it correctly.  Here is the entry(ies) id like to mimic on my system when I run sh ip route:-

  S    via, Vl 60            1/0        5w4d
  S    via, Vl 60            1/0        5w4d
  S    via, Vl 60            1/0        5w4d
  S    via, Vl 60            1/0        5w4d

So you can see I have multiple for a number of subnets which I need to go out of to a particular Vlan interface

I need to do the same with another subnet, lets say out of the same Vlan interface

Im thinking of running the following in conf mode:-

ip route vlan 60 permanent

Is this as simple as it looks?  Does this look correct to everyone?

Fing wongAsked:
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Andy BartkiewiczNetwork AnalystCommented:
Well, I would do "ip route" I think just sending it to vlan 60 might cause unforeseen issues.

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Fing wongAuthor Commented:
Great thanks.  Would you add the permanent part of the entry in?

Also, if I needed to delete this (in case of any fallout) how would I do that?

Andy BartkiewiczNetwork AnalystCommented:
No, I wouldn't use permanent. The only thing that does is possibly save some processing power if the link goes down, but I don't think it's a very useful command. As for taking the statement out you just put a no in front of it "no ip route"
Fing wongAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the advice.  Great solution
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