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c:\windows>netsh interface ipv6 set dynamicportrange ? Usage: set dynamicportrange [protocol=]tcp|udp [startport=] [numberofports=] [[store=]active|persistent] Parameters: Tag Value protocol - One of the following values: tcp: modify the dynamic port range for TCP. udp: modify the dynamic port range for UDP. startport - The starting port for dynamic port assignment. numberofports - The number of ports available for dynamic port assignment. store - One of the following values: active: Set only lasts until next boot. persistent: Set is persistent. This is the default. Remarks: Modifies the range of ports used for dynamic port assignment. Dynamic port assignment is also known as wildcard port assignment. Example: set dynamicportrange protocol=tcp startport=10000 numberofports=20000

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netsh interface ipv6 set dynamicportrange - Windows Vista - command Modifies the range of ports used for dynamic port assignment. / Windows Vista
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