Lists IPv4 Windows routing tables with network destination, net mask, IP gateway, interface, metric, age and description |
Remotely shows all Windows routing tables across all of your endpoints. This free tool is an alternative to "ipconfig", "route print", PowerShell’s Get-NetRoute cmdlet, WMI’s "wmic route" and other Windows routing table commands to view the contents of the routing table centrally across the entire network of workstations in your Active Directory domain. You can also create alerts when the configuration of the Windows routing table change, such as new static routes are added or deleted.
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Find more information on Windows Routing Table at Microsoft TechNet.