After hours of struggling to find different ways of installing static route
entries to routers, it seems that the only way of doing this is by CLI.
I can hardly believe that. I thought of SNMP and it seems to be able to read
the routing tables, modify routes and even invalidate/remove routes but it
seems not be capable of adding a new static route entry to a router. Do I miss
Is there some other protocol or any other way? Any answers would be higly
In addition, do you know of any limitations/constraints how frequently one can
add/remove static route entries from Cisco/Juniper routers?
Sorry for the somewhat offtopic questions but many thanks for any answers.
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