Running Windows Core: How-to view the network routing table


When running Windows Server 2012+ without a GUI note that the GUI can be reinstalled via PowerShell (Install-WindowsFeature) and a reboot.

From Windows Server core command prompt:

C:\>ROUTE PRINT

C:\>Netstat -r

C:\>POWERSHELL

PS C:\>Get-Netroute

C:\>POWERSHELL

PS C:\>gwmi Win32_IP4RouteTable|Select Destination,Mask,NextHop,Metric1,InterfaceIndex|FT *


 

If you know any other interesting ways of getting this information from a Windows Server core installation post below.

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