Please brief out the functionality of Routing Table Configuration
Settings>>Control Panel>>Local Routing Table
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Local routing tables enable the K1000 to route traffic through multiple gateways on a 
network. For example, this might be useful if the appliance is physically located in an office 
in Texas, but many users are located in California. The K1000 Appliance would be serving 
devices on the Texas subnet. Using the local routing feature, the Appliance could be pointed 
to the network in California, so that it could host the California devices as well as the Texas 
devices. Routing tables are added when the appliance is restarted.

As mentioned above- These settings are not typically required, and should only be configured if deemed necessary. This is definitely one of those things that if you have to ask, you shouldn't change it. Same goes for the "Access Control List" settings; Both are quick ways to block yourself and everyone else out of the appliance if misconfigured.
Answered 07/17/2014 by: cblake
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To compensate for crappy networks that do not route well.  On a normal network you should not need to use this. Most OS's have the capabilities to setup routing tables.  Unless your have had a lot of core network experience, I would not mess with these, you can cause more problems then you fix if you put a bad route in the table.
Answered 07/17/2014 by: SMal.tmcc
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