Generate IP Route Table on Windows using this Free Software

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IPPathTableView is free tool to generate IP route table on Windows. Here this is a free tool by Nirsoft that can be installed on network adapters on your PC and generate an IP path table that you can export. For every entry in the generated table, it includes source IP address, destination IP address, adapter used, manufactures of the adapter, transmission speed, and more. You can export all this data in HTML format and keep refreshing the table for new entries.

Generate IP Route Table on Windows using this Free Software

You can go ahead and download this software from here. It runs in portable mode and that’s because you don’t have to worry about installing it first. Extract the ZIP package and run it directly from there.

IPPathTableView

As soon as you launch the software, it will start showing you the IP routes. Just give it a few more seconds to load all the entries and the final view will look something like this.

IPPathTableView Ip Routes Generated

Double click on any entry to see more details about it.

IPPathTableView More Details

Not only analyze but you can export the IP routes data as well. Use the View > HTML Report – All Items to do it. The HTML file that it generates can be viewed in any popular browser and you can save it or share it with anyone you want to.

IPPathTableView Generated HTML Report

In this way, you can use this simple tool here to generate IP route table and export it. This tool by Nirsoft works perfectly here and you can use it on other Windows machines. For this post, I tried it on my Windows 11 PC but I am sure that it will work on Windows 10 as well.

Final thoughts:

If you like inspecting network hardware of your PC and the Ip tables then this freeware here will help you. Also, if you are a network admin and want to check the source and destination IP that your network adapter sending packets to then this will be helpful. I liked the fact that it stores and shows both IPv4 as well IPv6 addresses in the path table. You can try it on your own PC and let me know what you think about it.

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