||The network destination of the route.
||The network point that acts as an entrance to another network.
||The network mask, or netmask, that hides the network part of an IP address so that only the host part of the address remains.
||The routing table status. It indicates the quality of service associated with the route. For example, the U flag indicates that an IP route is up, the G flag indicates that the route is to a gateway, the H flag indicates that the destination is a fully qualified host address, rather than a network.
||Indicates the associated cost of using the indicated route. This is useful for determining the efficiency of a certain route from two points in a network.
||Indicates what locally available interface is responsible for reaching the gateway. Click the name to open the Interface details report for the interface.