The role of routing tables in USG6000 series devices.

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After a network connection failure occurs, you can check whether there is a route to the destination in the routing table.

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The routing type of the USG6000 series device routing table.
The routing type in the USG6000 series routing table includes the protocol and destination address / mask.

Route types in the routing table on the USG6000 series
Route types in the routing table on the USG6000 series include: protocol and destination address/mask.

Functions of administrator roles and levels of the USG6000 series
The USG6000 series controls administrator permissions by administrator role and level as follows: - Bind an administrator role: Control administrator permissions based on the menu of the web UI, which mainly applies to web administrators. On the web UI, choose System > Administrator > Administrator, create an administrator, and specify a role for it. Administrators with different roles have different operation permissions. - Specify an administrator level: Control administrator permissions based on the levels of administrator-executable commands, which mainly applies to CLI administrators. The following example is provided for you to set the permission level for an administrator account. # Set the permission of the administrator abc to level 3. system-view [sysname] aaa [sysname-aaa] manager-user abc [sysname-aaa-manager-user-abc] level 3 The administrator role has a higher priority than the administrator level, that is, if an administrator is bound to a role, the level specification no longer takes effect. Even if an administrator account is not bound to a specific role, the administrator role and level have a default mapping as follows: - 1: Monitoring level corresponds to the configuration administrator (monitoring). - 2: Configuration level corresponds to the configuration administrator. - 3: Management level to the 15th level correspond to the system administrator. For more details, see the administrator chapter in the product documentation of the USG6000 series.

Routing table and FIB table
The functions and meanings of the routing table and FIB table are as follows: Routers forward packets based on routing tables and forwarding information base (FIB) tables. Each router maintains at least one routing table and one FIB table. A routing table stores routes discovered by various routing protocols. Routes are classified into the following types based on the origin: -Direct route: is discovered by link layer protocols. -Static route: is manually configured by network administrators. -Dynamic route: is discovered by dynamic routing protocols. Each entry in the FIB table contains the physical or logical interface through which a packet is sent to a network segment or host to reach the next router. An entry also indicates whether the packet can be sent to a destination host in a directly connected network.

Route types in the routing table on the USG2000 and USG5000 series
Route types in the routing table on the USG2000 and USG5000 series include: protocol and destination address/mask.

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