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Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
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C:\WINDOWS>netsh routing ipx show filter ? O comando SHOW é usado para mostrar informações de configuração. Sintaxe do comando: SHOW INTERFACE [ifname] SHOW ROUTE [network] SHOW STATICROUTE ifname [network] SHOW SERVICE [svtype [svname]] SHOW STATICSERVICE ifname [svtype svname] SHOW FILTER ifname SHOW GLOBAL Em que: ifname - nome da interface (use Dial-In para clientes RAS). network - endereço de rede com 4 bytes (até 8 dígitos hexadecimais, com 0s iniciais opcionais). svtype - tipo de serviço com 2 bytes (até 4 dígitos hexadecimais, com 0s iniciais opcionais). svname - nome do serviço.

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