Solaris UNIX: Show Network Routing Table Information

How do I show networking routing table information under Solaris UNIX operating systems using a shell prompt?

You need to use the netstat command to display the IP routing table under Solaris UNIX operating systems.

netstat command example

Type the following commands:
netstat -r
OR
/usr/bin/netstat
OR
netstat -rn


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  • julio lozano Jul 31, 2014 @ 13:54

    I made a mistake, and I tape route -f, I was seen the indaications after run the command, and well it say will clear information into the routes, could you tell me how I can recovery those routes? do we have a file where tose routes are stored?

    Regards

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