Complete the following steps to add a route:
|Tip You can also associate a route with a route group by dragging the route and dropping it on top of the route group in the Routes and Route Groups listbox.|
|Tip You can use scientific units in this tab. For example, instead of entering 1000000, you can enter 1M, or you can enter 1m for 0.001.|
|Tip Experiment with route selections to see how your changes affect the route specification string of a route path.|
|Note By default, the switch box does not display between the Endpoint 1 and Endpoint 2 tables. If you do not see the switch box, click Channels Only.|
If the two endpoints can be connected, a solid black line displays between the two selected endpoints, indicating that the path is complete.
If the route path is invalid, the lines between the channels display as dashed red lines.
If you want to modify the path selected, you can use the path editor to make your changes.
|Note The drop-down listbox will only display if the switch box has been enabled by clicking Channels Only.|
|Note Hardwires are defined by a user. For information about defining new hardwires, refer to Adding Hardwires to Define Multidevice Topologies.|