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Troubleshooting IP Routing

Windows 2000 supports routing on both single- and multi-homed computers with or without the Routing and Remote Access service. The Routing and Remote Access service includes the Routing Information Protocol (RIP) and the Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) routing protocols. Routers can use RIP or OSPF to dynamically exchange routing information.

This section provides information about the Windows 2000–based routing table as used on single- and multi-homed computers with or without the Routing and Remote Access service. This background information helps with TCP/IP troubleshooting. For more information about TCP/IP routing, see "Unicast IP Routing" in the Windows   2000 Internetworking Guide . For information about troubleshooting IP multicast routing, see "Multicast IP Support" in the Windows   2000 Internetworking Guide .

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