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wiki:infrastructure_tools:wmi:wmi-ip_route_provider [2014/07/05 14:23]
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 The Win32_IP4PersistedRouteTable WMI class represents persisted IP routes. By default, the routes added to the routing table are not permanent. Rebooting the computer clears the routes from the table. However, the following command makes the route persist after the computer is restarted: route -p add.\\ The Win32_IP4PersistedRouteTable WMI class represents persisted IP routes. By default, the routes added to the routing table are not permanent. Rebooting the computer clears the routes from the table. However, the following command makes the route persist after the computer is restarted: route -p add.\\
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-Persistent entries are automatically inserted again in the route table each time the route table is rebuilt. The operating system stores persistent routes in the registry. An entry can be removed through the method call SWbemServices.Delete for scripting or IWbemServices::​DeleteInstance for C++ programming.\\+Persistent entries are automatically inserted again in the route table each time the route table is rebuilt. The operating system stores persistent routes in the registry. An entry can be removed through the method call SWbemServices.\\
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 This class is only applicable to IPv4 and does not return IPX or IPv6 data. This class is only applicable to IPv4 and does not return IPX or IPv6 data.
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