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Admin Distance Tab

Configuration > Networking > Routing > Admin Distance

This tab shows values associated with various types of Admin Distance. Admin Distance (AD) is the route preference value assigned to dynamic routes, static routes, and directly connected routes. When the appliance’s Routes table has multiple routes to the same destination, the appliance uses the route with the lowest administrative distance.

The following table displays the values associated with various types of Admin Distance.

Appliance NameName of the appliance.
LocalManually configured route, or one learned from locally connected subnets.
EBGPExternal BGP: exchanging routing information with a router outside the company-wide network.
IBGPInternal BGP: exchanging routing information with a router inside the company-wide network.
Subnet Shared - Static RoutesRoute learned from an EdgeConnect peer.
Subnet Shared - BGP RemoteRoute shared from an EdgeConnect peer in an external network.
OSPFRoute learned from an OSPF (Open Shortest Path First) neighbor.
Subnet Shared - OSPF RemoteRoute learned from an EdgeConnect peer.

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