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C:\Windows>netsh interface ipv6 delete neighbors ? Usage: delete neighbors [[interface=] [[address=]] [[subinterface=]]] [[store=]active|persistent] Parameters: Tag Value interface - Interface name or index. address - Address of neighbor. subinterface - Subinterface LUID. store - One of the following values: active: Entry may appear on next boot. persistent: Entry will disappear. By default, entries in both stores are deleted. Remarks: Flushes the neighbor cache. If an interface is specified, flushes the cache only on that interface. If an address is also specified, deletes only that neighbor cache entry. Example: delete neighbors "Private"

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netsh interface ipv6 delete neighbors - Windows Seven - command Deletes the neighbor cache. / Windows Seven
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