Host Routing Table

On Windows host, we can check the host routing table by the help of any one of the following commands.

  • route print
  • netstat -r

The above mention commands can be used to display the host routing table. Both commands generate the same result. Entering the netstat -r command or the route print command displays the result which has three sections related to the current TCP/IP network connections:

Interface List

This lists show the MAC address and assigned interface number of every network-capable interface on the host, including Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth adapters.

IPv4 Routing Table

This show all IPv4 routes, as well as direct connections, local network, and local default routes.

IPv6 Routing Table

This show all IPv6 routes, as well as direct connections, local network, and local default routes.

Host Routing Table

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