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Command to know number of routes in routing table

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Is there any way we know the number of routes in the routing table of PAN firewall. Please suggest if we have any option to know the number as we are hitting route limit.

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite
reaper@firewall> show routing resource 


GLOBAL ROUTING RESOURCE USAGE:
  ==========
  All      Routes (total):             33       (limit     5000)
  All IPv4 Routes (total):             31       (limit     5000)
  All IPv6 Routes (total):              2       (limit     5000)
  All     Routes (active):             27
  ==========
  Static   Routes (total):              5
  Connect  Routes (total):             28
  BGP      Routes (total):              0
  OSPF     Routes (total):              0
  RIP      Routes (total):              0
Tom Piens
PANgurus - Strata specialist; config reviews, policy optimization

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite
reaper@firewall> show routing resource 


GLOBAL ROUTING RESOURCE USAGE:
  ==========
  All      Routes (total):             33       (limit     5000)
  All IPv4 Routes (total):             31       (limit     5000)
  All IPv6 Routes (total):              2       (limit     5000)
  All     Routes (active):             27
  ==========
  Static   Routes (total):              5
  Connect  Routes (total):             28
  BGP      Routes (total):              0
  OSPF     Routes (total):              0
  RIP      Routes (total):              0
Tom Piens
PANgurus - Strata specialist; config reviews, policy optimization
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