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C:\Windows>netsh interface ipv6 set ? The following commands are available: Commands in this context: set address - Sets the IP address or default gateway to an interface. set compartment - Modifies compartment configuration parameters. set dnsservers - Sets DNS server mode and addresses. set dynamicportrange - Modifies the range of ports used for dynamic port assignment. set global - Modifies global configuration general parameters. set interface - Modifies interface configuration parameters for IP. set neighbors - Sets a neighbor address. set prefixpolicy - Modifies prefix policy information. set privacy - Modifies privacy configuration parameters. set route - Modifies route parameters. set subinterface - Modifies subinterface configuration parameters. set teredo - Sets Teredo state.

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netsh interface ipv6 set - Windows Seven - command Sets configuration information. / Windows Seven
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