route — a standard Linux command to show and manipulate the IP routing table
The route command lets you view routing tables or add entries to a routing table temporarily. Its primary use is for viewing the routing tables.
Type help route on the command line for more information about the options available for route. The information that is displayed may contain references to commands that are not available on Symantec Messaging Gateway.
This command is a standard Linux command that has not been modified.
Imported Document ID: HOWTO53714
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