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Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
(C) Copyright 1986-2001 Microsoft Corp.
C:\WINDOWS>netsh routing ip delete ? The following commands are available: Commands in this context: delete boundary - Deletes a multicast scope boundary from an interface. delete filter - Deletes a filter from a specified interface. delete interface - Deletes IP forwarding on a specified interface. delete persistentroute - Deletes a persistent static route. delete preferenceforprotocol - Deletes preference for a specified protocol. delete rtmroute - Deletes a non-persistent route used for network management. delete scope - Deletes a multicast scope.

NETSH / ROUTING / IP / DELETE

netsh routing ip delete - Windows 2000/XP - command Deletes a configuration entry from a list of entries. / Windows 2000/XP
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Quick - Link:
netsh routing ip igmp show iftable
Shows IGMP host groups for a specified interface.
netsh interface ipv6 show siteprefixes
Shows site prefix table entries.
netsh routing ipx delete staticroute
Deletes a static route from the route table.
netsh ras ip add
Adds items to a table.
netsh interface delete interface
Deletes an interface from the router.
netsh routing ip ospf show global
Shows global OSPF parameters.





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