Review the exhibit. Which interface would be used to forward traffic to host 18.104.22.168?
When you want to connect to a remote network, you need to inform your firewall of its location.You would do this by adding network routes on your firewall. These routes tell the firewall where the remote network can be found. A default route is also known as the route of last resort. So if a packet on a device needs to get to a location and no other routes on the device are able to identify the next gateway for it to go to, it will use the default gateway. To add a static route using the CLI, enter the command : set route ipaddress/netmask interface interfacename gateway gatewayip, where ipaddress is the virtual router’s IP address, netmask is the cirtual router’s netmask, interfacename is the next hop gateway, and gateway ip is the IP address of the next hop gateway.
In this scenario we can see that subnet 22.214.171.124 can be reached via router 126.96.36.199 on interface 7.
We can also see that subnet 10.1.20.0 can be reached via router 10.1.2.254 on interface 2. We can also see that subnet 10.1.1.0 and 10.1.2.0 are locally connected to the Netscreen Firewall.
All other packets will be forwarded to the default gateway, so they will be forwarded to router 188.8.131.52 on interface e8.