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C:\WINDOWS>netsh ras delete multilink ? delete multilink [type = ] MULTI|BACP Deletes from the list of multilink types PPP will negotiate. type - the type MULTI - Provides mutlilink PPP sessions. BACP - Provides Bandwidth Allocation Control Protocol.

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netsh ras delete multilink - Windows 2000/XP - command Deletes from the list of multilink types PPP will negotiate / Windows 2000/XP
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