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C:\Windows>netsh interface ipv4 show tcpstats ? Usage: show tcpstats [[rr=]] Parameters: Tag Value rr - Refresh rate in seconds for TCP statistics information. Remarks: Displays TCP connection statistics. Examples: show tcpstats show tcpstats rr=5

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netsh interface ipv4 show tcpstats - Windows Seven - command Displays TCP statistics. / Windows Seven
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