netsh routing ip dnsproxy install - Windows 2000/XP - el comando


 
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C:\WINDOWS>netsh routing ip dnsproxy install ? Uso: install Instala el protocolo de enrutamiento bajo IP.

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netsh routing ip dnsproxy install - Windows 2000/XP - el comando Instala el protocolo de enrutamiento correspondiente al contexto actual. / Windows 2000/XP
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netsh routing ip show interface
Muestra la información de la interfaz.
netsh ras add authtype
Agrega los tipos de autenticación que el servidor RAS negociará.
netsh firewall set opmode
Establece la configuración funcional del
netsh routing ip ospf delete area
Elimina área especificada.
netsh lan delete
Elimina una entrada de configuración de una tabla.
netsh routing ipx sap set global
Actualiza una configuración de protocolo global.







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