netsh routing ip ospf show routefilter - Windows 2000/XP - Comandos


 
NETSH - Windows XP/2000

netsh » routing » ip » ospf » show » routefilter

Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
(C) Copyright 1986-2001 Microsoft Corp.
C:\WINDOWS>netsh routing ip ospf show routefilter ? Uso: show routefilter Comentários: mostra informações de filtro de rota OSPF.

NETSH / ROUTING / IP / OSPF / SHOW / ROUTEFILTER

netsh routing ip ospf show routefilter - Windows 2000/XP - Comandos Exibe informaç?es do filtro de rota OSPF. / Windows 2000/XP
netsh, routing, ip, ospf, show, routefilter, cmd, command, Windows, 2000/XP
Quick - Link:
netsh ras set
Define informaç?es de configuraç?o.
netsh interface ip show ipaddress
Exibe os endereços IP atuais.
netsh routing ip relay show ifstats
Mostra estatísticas por interface do agente de retransmiss?o DHCP.
netsh p2p pnrp cloud repair
Inicia a detecç?o e reparo da divis?o.
netsh delete helper
Remove uma DLL auxiliar.
netsh routing ip dump
Exibe um script de configuraç?o.







Windows-10





Windows-10

... facebook.de
... Windows-10 FAQ
... Windows-10 Info


Become a Sponsor
... Your button here?





Exibe informaç?es do filtro de rota OSPF. / Windows 2000/XP

HTTP: ... cmd/br/Windows_XP/netsh/routing/ip/ospf/show/routefilter.htm
0.312
17983

Windows 10 stop search processing File Explorer!

 /

Portable use of The-Aero-Clock for Windows Desktops!

 /

For what Explorer Friend in Desktop O.K.?

 /

Windows 10 Update and Folder Protection turn off and on, how to?

 /

Unmount (eject) the VHD over the disk management in Windows 8.1/10!

 /

Can I move the Windows-7 taskbar to different locations?

 /

How can i change the groups settings in explorer view of Q-Dir! 

 /

Auto Login in Windows-8.1 und 10 ohne Passwort (Kennwort)?

 /

Kann man Windows 8 OEM 32-Bit (x86) bzw. 64-Bit (x64) Vollversion, jetzt schon bestellen?

 /

Datei und Ordner Zeiten über MS Explorer Menü ändern!

 /

Do I always have to work with the Deffender enabled under Win-10!

 /

Can i manually create in Windows 10 and 8.1 a restore point?

 /