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Prefix Lists

The Prefix lists section contains definitions of all prefix lists.

There are 2 tabs according to the address family:

  • IPv4
  • IPv6

Routing Policy

The Routing policy section contains information about routing policies, their definitions, and where they are applied.

There are 3 tabs:

  • Routing Policies
  • PBR Interfaces
  • Policy Based Routing

Routing Policies

The Routing Policies tab contains definitions of routing policies, their names, sequence numbers, matching conditions, set actions, etc.

In case the match condition uses a reference to an ACL or Prefix list, it is hyperlinked to the appropriate ACL/Prefix list in its section.

Routing Policies

PBR Interfaces

The PBR Interfaces tab contains information about interfaces that have some routing policy assigned on them (used for policy-based routing). Optionally, there is also information about the used address family or status of the routing policy.

PBR Interfaces

Policy Based Routing

The Policy Based Routing (PBR) tab contains matching conditions for traffic and what actions should be applied to packets that match those conditions. All PBR actions are present in the PBR Actions column.

In case the match condition uses a reference to an ACL, it is hyperlinked to the appropriate ACL list in its section.

Policy Based Routing

Clicking Policy Name opens a tree view.

PBR Tree

Policy-based routing rules are now also applied to packets in end-to-end path diagrams.

Selecting PBR’s name in a decision table opens a tree view with the highlighted rule that matched the packet and decided that the PBR action should be applied.


Currently, only IP-based policy-based routing nexthops are supported.

PBR Decision Table

PBR Decision Tree