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Route.exe

Manipulate network routing tables. Route packets of network traffic from one subnet to another by modifying the route table.
Syntax

Display route details:
ROUTE [-f] PRINT [destination_host] [MASK subnet_mask_value] [gateway]
[METRIC metric] [IF interface_no.]

Add a route:
ROUTE [-f] [-p] ADD [destination_host] [MASK subnet_mask_value] [gateway]
[METRIC metric] [IF interface_no.]

Change a route:
ROUTE [-f] CHANGE [destination_host] [MASK subnet_mask_value] [gateway]
[METRIC metric] [IF interface_no.]

Delete a route:
ROUTE [-f] DELETE [destination_host] [MASK subnet_mask_value] [gateway]
[METRIC metric] [IF interface_no.]

key
-f Clear (flush) the routing tables of all gateway entries. If this is
used in conjunction with one of the commands, the tables are
cleared prior to running the command.

destination_host
The address (or set of addresses) that you want to reach.

-p Create a persistent route - survives system reboots.
(not supported in Windows 95)

subnet_mask_value
The su

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1 comment:

elsecamp December 10, 2009 at 4:40 AM  

thankss bozzz .... atas tutorial nya .......:B)

aq amil y ne smiley ....... :))

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