Add a Static TCP/IP Route to the Windows Routing Table
Here’s a best way to add a static route to the Windows Routing Table, make route persistent and delete static route from the Routing Table via Command Prompt.
- Open Command Prompt
- route print Command in Windows
- route ADD Command to Add a Static Route to the Windows Routing Table
- Make a Static Route Persistent
- Delete a Static Route from the Windows Routing Table
A routing table is the one that performs routing of the packets or simply indexing of multiple routes with the instructions where all these packets will go when they leave a system. Whether it’s a physical router or a PC.