Wednesday, April 27, 2005

"route" on Linux systems when run as is, prints out the routing table. However, on solaris8 and Mac OS X, the route command prints out the default usage information, instead of the routing table. Instead I have to use "netstat -r -n" to check the routing table.
-n Show network addresses as numbers (normally netstat interprets
addresses and attempts to display them symbolically).

-r Show the routing tables.