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C:\Windows>netsh interface ipv6 show interfaces ? Usage: show interfaces [[interface=]] [[rr=]] [[level=]normal|verbose] [[store=]active|persistent] Parameters: Tag Value interface - Interface name or index. rr - A rate in seconds between refreshment of interface statistics. level - One of the following values: normal: Display one line per interface. This is the default when no interface is given. verbose: Display extra information on each interface. This is the default when an interface is given. store - One of the following values: active: Show interfaces in the stack (default). persistent: Show persistent interfaces. Remarks: Displays information about all interfaces, or about a given interface if one is specified.

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