You must first create a routing rule by specifying a condition and scope for the rule. This is the standard way of creating a routing rule.
To create a routing rule
In the Manage Routing Rules - Settings view, click Create.
In the Specify a Rule Name and a Condition panel, do the following and then click Next.
In the Rule name field, enter the name of the rule.
From the Rule type drop-down list, select the type of rule that you want to create.
The options available under Condition depend on the selection that you make in the Rule type drop-down list.
See Creating routing rules based on IP address range
See Creating routing rules based on subnet
See Creating routing rules based on expression
See Creating routing rules based on asset group
In the Select a CCS Manager or a Site panel, do the following:
In the left-hand pane, select the scope that performs the task.
Based on your selection, all the sites or the CCS Managers are displayed in the right-hand pane.
In the right-hand pane, select the site or the CCS Manager, and then click Add.
You can only add a CCS Manager or a site as the scope.
In the Selected Items pane, view the scope that you have selected.
If you want to remove the selected scope, you can click Remove.
In the Summary panel, view the summary and then click Finish.
The routing rule is created and listed at the bottom of the Routing Rules grid of the Manage Routing Rules - Settings view.
See Editing a routing rule
See Enabling and disabling a routing rule
See Prioritizing a routing rule
See Evaluating routing rules
See Deleting a routing rule
See Routing rules
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