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Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
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C:\WINDOWS>netsh routing ip nat show interface ? Usage: show interface [name=] Parameters: Tag Value name - the name of the interface. Remarks: Shows NAT configuration for the specified interface . The information displayed for this command consists of the following: Field Description ----- ---------- - Mode Indicates if the interface is operating in either full mode (both IP address and port translation), address only translation mode, private mode, full mode with firewall, address only mode with firewall, or firewall only mode . Protocol Displays the protocol type used for NAT port mapping . Public address Displays the IP address for the public network . Public port Displays the public protocol port by its number . Private address Displays the IP address for the private network . Private port Displays the private protocol port by its number .

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