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What does "route" command do?


Route command allows you to make manual entries into the
network routing tables. The route command distinguishes
between routes to hosts and routes to networks by
interpreting the network address of the Destination
variable, which can be specified either by symbolic name or
numeric address. The route command resolves all symbolic
names into addresses

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