Policy Based Routing
In addition to dynamic and static routing, you can use Policy Based Routing (PBR) to control traffic. PBR Policy Rules have priority over static and dynamic routes in the routing table.
When a packet arrives at a Gaia Check Point security operating system that combines the strengths of both SecurePlatform and IPSO operating systems. Security Gateway Dedicated Check Point server that runs Check Point software to inspect traffic and enforce Security Policies for connected network resources., the Security Gateway goes through the PBR Rules in the order of their set priority, and looks for a match:
If the match exists, the Security Gateway forwards the packet according to the rule Set of traffic parameters and other conditions in a Rule Base (Security Policy) that cause specified actions to be taken for a communication session..
If there is no match in the PBR Policy, the Security Gateway forwards the packet according to static or dynamic routes in the routing table.
For additional information, see sk100500.