I've been examining the network routing table on my Windows computer, and I'm wondering why there are 3 entries instead of just 2.
At a command prompt I type "route print".
The resulting display has columns "Network Destination | Netmask", "Gateway", "Interface".
I'm wondering what the difference is between a Gateway and an Interface.
I'm thinking of a very simple Dial-Up Network setup:
The Network Adapter has the following IP address:
Is this the "Gateway" IP address, or the "Interface" IP address? And what would the other IP address be for
If I wanted my program to send some data to IP 184.108.40.206, and I want this data to go out over Network Adapter 220.127.116.11, I could add to the network routing table a line with: 18.104.22.168 255.255.255.255
for Destination and Mask, then would I add 22.214.171.124 to the "Gateway" or to the "Interface"?