[Static Routing Subnet]: Subnet in WAN

 [Static Routing Subnet]: Subnet in WAN

This topology is found where IPv4 private static routing subnet is located on the WAN. In other words, the private subnet on the WAN does not connect to FortiWAN directly. Instead, it connects to a router which helps to transfer its packets.

Hence, in [Static Routing Subnet], [Gateway] IP address is that of the router.

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