Microsoft Windows [Version 6.0.6001] (C) Copyright 2006 Microsoft Corp. c:\windows>netsh interface ipv6 set route ?
Usage: set route [prefix=]/[interface=] [[nexthop=]][[siteprefixlength=]] [[metric=]][[publish=]no|yes|immortal] [[validlifetime=]|infinite] [[preferredlifetime=]|infinite] [[store=]active|persistent]
Tag Value prefix - Prefix of route to modify. interface - Interface name or index. nexthop - Gateway address, if prefix is not on-link. siteprefixlength - Prefix length for the entire site, if on-link. metric - Route metric. publish - One of the following values: no: Not advertised in Route Advertisements. This is the default. yes: Advertised in Route Advertisements. immortal: Advertised in Route Advertisements with an infinite lifetime. validlifetime - Lifetime over which the route is valid. The default value is infinite. preferredlifetime - Lifetime over which the route is preferred. The default value is infinite. store - One of the following values: active: Change only lasts until next boot. persistent: Change is persistent. This is the default.
Remarks: Modifies route parameters. Time values can be expressed in days, hours, minutes, and seconds; e.g. 1d2h3m4s.
When publish is set to no or age, the route will be deleted after the end of the valid lifetime. When publish is set to age, the Route Advertisement will contain the valid lifetime remaining until deletion.
When publish is set to yes, the route will never be deleted, regardless of the validlifetime value, and every Route Advertisement will contain the (same) specified valid lifetime.