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Re: How can I get the network Map from the TCPIP?

Thomas_F._DivineThomas_F._Divine Member Posts: 537
You can run the "route print" command line utility to see the route table on
a Command Prompt window.

If you want a user mode programming solution, take a look at the "IP Helper"
family of functions. Search for "GetIpForwardTable" to get in the right
documentation area. These functions are available on Windows 2000 as well as
some versions of Windows 98 and certain Windows NT SP.

If you want kernel mode access to the route table, then you must use the
"TCP Extensions to the Transport Data Interface". These are not well

Good luck,

Thomas F. Divine

PCAUSA - Toolkits & Resources For Network Software Developers
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----- Original Message -----
From: E.Egorov <[email protected]>
To: NT Developers Interest List <[email protected]>
Sent: Tuesday, April 18, 2000 10:54 AM
Subject: [ntdev] How can I get the network Map from the TCPIP?

> Hi All!
> My problem is that I don`t know does TCPIP correctly colecting the Network
> Does anybody know how can i request the TCPIP get me the it`s current
network map from the application or from the device driver.
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