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C:\Windows>netsh interface tcp delete chimneyport ? Usage: delete chimneyport [localport=]*| [remoteport=]*| Parameters: Tag Value localport - Must provide the source port. *: all ports. This matches a * in the selection table. integer: port number remoteport - Must provide the destination port. *: all ports. This matches a * in the selection table. integer: port number Remarks: Deletes the port entry from TCP chimney offload selection table Example: delete chimneyport 80 * delete chimneyport localport=80 remoteport=*

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netsh interface tcp delete chimneyport - Windows Seven - command Deletes a TCP chimney port entry from the offload table. / Windows Seven
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