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Chapter 8.6. IP Routing > Testing and Monitoring IP Routing

Testing and Monitoring IP Routing

Monitoring interfaces used for IP routing is done through the RRAS MMC and log files. Individual ports can be monitored under IP Routing/General. This area will display the same statistics as the individual status page associated with each interface. You can also monitor the full IP routing table right clicking on IP Routing/Static Routes and choosing Show IP Routing Table.

Logging

Logging of activity on Windows 2000 router interfaces can be activated on the General tab on the Properties page of each IP Routing section entry. There are four levels of logging from none to maximum logging. Log entries are written to the Internet Authentication Service Log that is normally found in Winntsystemroot/system32/logfiles. Logging uses system resources such as disk space and memory and should be used sparingly.


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