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How Can I check the route (static and default both) in MAC ?

Posted on 2009-04-06
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netstat -nr generally runs and gives meaningful explanation in almost all variant of unix, I do not see this bahaviour in Apple, I need to set/configure some some complex route for all of the interfaces in my laptop, Can someone let me know how can I find out the route? Thanks!
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Not sure this will give you what you want, but have you tried the tab button in the Network Utility?  It's found in Finder, Utilities.
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Sorry... meant the netstat button in the network utility.
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Thanks :-)
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