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Ok, the command output is better formated than the one on your example, so let's explain each column

Domain: If you are using sub-domain routing, it shows the format in this colum
URI: It's the requested method/uri with which you can see that page on your site. Eg. GET|HEAD login means that when you go to yoursite.com/login it will call the action defined under the "Action" column
Name: Named routes
Action: The controller/action/closure that it's called when your request matches a route
Before filters/After filters: Route filters Basically, the filters (if any) applied to a route

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Thanks ! that cleared up a lot of things !

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