Just like linux and unix environment, route command can be used to add static routes in Windows pc or windows server. There is a different between static route and persistent static route. Static route configuration will be erased after you reboot the machine.

How to Add a Static TCP/IP Route to the Windows Routing Table then here is how to delete a static route from the windows routing table. Syntax: route delete destination_network . So, this is the static route, 192.168.20.0, we have just added to the windows routing table, now let’s delete it by entering the following command at the command prompt. How to run a Traceroute on windows 10 -H2S Media Oct 23, 2018 How to install route command on CentOS / RHEL 7 - nixCraft

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This is more broken than the previous comment indicates. Currently on Windows 7, if you go through the Windows installer, drop files into the config directory, then double-click to run OpenVPN GUI, it will act like it's successfully connected, but fail to route any traffic.

Just like linux and unix environment, route command can be used to add static routes in Windows pc or windows server. There is a different between static route and persistent static route. Static route configuration will be erased after you reboot the machine.

Add or remove persistent (static) routes in Microsoft Windows. Adding a static route to your Windows routing table is pretty easy. Just use an elevated command prompt (Run as administrator-where needed) and type the following example: route -p add 10.11.12.13 255.255.255.255 10.11.12.14 metric 3 if 2. The “-p” argument is important if you want your route to be here when you reboot (persistent). Using the 'route print' Command in Windows 7 - Detailed The 'route print' Command from an Administrative Command Prompt in Windows 7 provides a variety of useful information. Let's take a look at the output of a 'route print' Command to examine how the output data is grouped and to understand its logic. How to Show and Display IP Routing Table in Windows or Dec 25, 2008 How to Use TRACERT to Troubleshoot TCP/IP Problems in Windows