Default Routing Explained | Practonet

Default Routing

Default routing is performed on Edge or end router basically router that is directly connected with ISP. default route is a setting on a device that defines the packet forwarding rule to use when no specific route can be determined for a given Internet Protocol (IP) destination address. All packets for destinations not established in the routing table are sent via the default route.
Default route is given least Priority whereas First Prority is given to Static route.

 Defaullt _Routing

In above Topology if you want to redirect all traffic towards ISP which is received on Router 1 then you can use default route.
Syntax is:
 Defaullt _Routing