Route Print Command – Show Routing Table on Windows
To display the routing table on Windows, we can use
route print or
netstat -r command. The output of both commands is identical. However, the
route command has command options to filter the output to show the routing table for
To show the routing table, open a CDM (or PowerShell window) and type the following command:
You will see an output similar to the following.
The output of the
route print command includes the following sections: Interface List, IPv4 Route Table, and IPv6 Route Table. The persistent Routes section shows permanent static routes.
Route Print Command Options
To show IPv4 routing table, Type:
route print -4
To show IPv6 routing table, Type:
route print -6
Using the wildcard character (*), you can create search patterns. For example
route print 192.* only prints those routes that have a destination IP address start with