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Windows, how to flush a routing table

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I can not ping a linux server, but that linux server can ping Windows

How do I flush a touring table in Windows
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route -f
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Is the question "How do I flush?" or "How do I get it to respond to ping?"

The former has been adequately answered above...
The latter involves making sure there is an ICMP ping responder on the linux server that is not blocked by a firewall!

You might want to check & see if the ping response from the linux server is "picking on" your Windows box, or if it is not responding to ANY pings...
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