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Macintosh: to check the Gateway

Hi,
1) I am used to with the Microsoft Window and (a little bit of) Linux Operating system
2) I am not familiar with the Macintosh OS
3) I saw some MacBook (The OS is Mac OS X 10.6.8) at a company (production environment)

4) If I want to check the gateway, i will execute this command --> netstat -nr
5) My question: What is the command to check the gateway on MacBook

thanks,
tjie
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PapertripCommented:
Same command.

OS X is FreeBSD with the Mac GUI on top.  A vast majority of the "basic" commands and files you know on Linux will be the same on OS X.
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bpinningCommented:
You can also use, ifconfig to view the configured gateway

Brett
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