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C:\Windows>netsh interface ipv6 set subinterface ? Usage: set subinterface [interface=] [[mtu=]] [[subinterface=]] [[store=]active|persistent] Parameters: Tag Value interface - Interface name or index. mtu - The MTU of this subinterface. The default is the natural MTU of the link. subinterface - Subinterface LUID. This is only required on interfaces with multiple subinterfaces. store - One of the following values: active: Set only lasts until next boot. persistent: Set is persistent. Remarks: Modifies subinterface configuration parameters. Example: set subinterface "1" mtu=1500 store=active

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netsh interface ipv6 set subinterface - Windows Seven - command Modifies subinterface configuration parameters. / Windows Seven
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