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Updated:December 10, 2018
View Routing Information on RV120W and RV220W
The Routing Table is a data table that is stored in a router and contains the lists of the routes to a particular network destination. It sometimes it has the metrics or the distances which are associated with that particular route. This information can be useful for reasons like troubleshooting a network and to verify router connections.
This document explains how to view the routing table and the corresponding fields on the RV120W and RV220W.
• RV120W • RV220W
View Routing Information
Step 1. Log in to the web configuration utility and choose Networking > Routing > Routing Table.The Routing Table page opens:
Step 2. Click Display and the Command Output page opens:
This page shows the routing table that contains the information about the network user. This table contains the following fields:
• Destination — The destination host or the network IP address for which this field is added.
• Gateway — The gateway that is used for this route.
• Genmask — The network mask for the destination network.
• Metric — The distance to the target which is usually counted in hops.
• Ref — The number of references to this route. This is not used in Linux.
• Use — The count of the searches for this route. It depends upon the usage of -F and -C . -F indicates the route cache misses and -C indicates the route cache hits.
• Interface — The interface to which the packets for this route will be sent.
• Type — The type of routing that is used. This can be a static or a dynamic route.
• Flags — The field shows the flags that are used. Flags are used for debugging purposes only. The list of flags are given below:
– UP — Indicates the route us up.
– Host — Indicates the target is the host.
– Gateway — Indicates the user to user gateway.
– R — Restores route for the dynamic routing.
– D — Indicates the dynamically installed by daemon or a redirect.
– M — Indicated modification from daemon or redirect.
– A — Indicates flag installed by Address Auto-configuration (addrconf) which allows assigning the address dynamically.