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Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
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C:\WINDOWS>netsh routing ip rip delete peerfilter ? Uso: delete peerfilter [server = ] Parámetros: Tag Valor server - La dirección IP para un servidor homólogo. Notas: Elimina un filtro para un servidor homólogo aceptado. Ejemplos: delete peerfilter servidor=10.0.0.2

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netsh routing ip rip delete peerfilter - Windows 2000/XP - el comando Elimina un filtro para un servidor aceptado como homólogo / Windows 2000/XP
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netsh interface ipv6 renew
Reinicia las interfaces IPv6.
netsh routing ip set scope
Establece el nombre de un ámbito multidifusión.
netsh ras aaaa show accounting
Muestra el proveedor de cuentas actual.
netsh firewall set allowedprogram
Establece la configuración de programas
netsh routing ip ospf add protofilter
Agrega el filtro de protocolo OSPF.
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