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Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
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C:\WINDOWS>netsh ras ipx set ? The following commands are available: Commands in this context: set access - Sets whether clients will be given access beyond the RAS server. set negotiation - Sets whether IPX is negotiated for client RAS connections. set netassign - Sets the method by which the RAS server assigns IPX addresses to its clients. set nodereq - Sets whether clients can request their own IPX node numbers. set pool - Sets the RAS IPX address pool.

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netsh ras ipx set - Windows 2000/XP - command Sets configuration information. / Windows 2000/XP
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