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If the routing information is stored in a file on the linux server you can create a configuration object to read/parse the file.
If the routing information is the output of a linux command you can create an extended object to display/parse the output.
You create them once in the Config Object Dictionary and than can use them on all your linux servers
Alex Bron there is the netstat -rn command which shows the routing info. You can create an Extended Object to display the info. See example below
It will display the following when live browsing a server: