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On the Configuration > Routing Protocols > Static Routing page, you can configure the static route.
Click Add. The Create Static Route window is displayed.
Choose one of the IP types: IPv4 or IPv6
Enter the Prefix and Prefix Mask IP addresses.
Enter the Metric. The valid range is between 1 and 255.
Select the VRF checkbox to enable VRF.
From the VRF Name drop-down list, choose one of the VRF names
From the Route Path field, choose one of the following paths:
Interface—Choose an interface from the Interface drop-down list and enter the Next Hop IP address.
Next Hop IP—Is the default path. Also, enter the Next Hop IP address.