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Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
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C:\WINDOWS>netsh routing ip ospf set interface ? Usage: set interface [name=] interface name [[addr=] [mask=]] [[state=]enable|disable] [[areaid=]] [[type=]nbma|p2p|broadcast] [[prio=]<0-255>] [[transdelay=]] [[retrans=]] [[hello=]] [[dead=]] [[poll=]] [[metric=] metric] [[password=]] [[mtu=]] Parameters: Tag Value name - The name of the interface. addr - IP address of the interface. mask - IP address mask of the interface. state - One of the following values: enable: enables the interface. disable: disables the interface. areaid - The IP address of the interface area. type - One of the following values: nbma: a non-broadcast multiple access (NBMA) OSPF interface. p2p: a point-to-point OSPF interface. broadcast: a broadcast OSPF interface. prio - Interface priority. transdelay - The estimated number of seconds it takes to transmit a link state update packet over this interface. The default setting is 1 second. retrans - The number of seconds between link state advertisement retransmissions for adjacencies belonging to this interface. A sample value for a local area network is 5 seconds. hello - The interval in seconds between transmissions of hello packets by the router on the interface. This setting must be the same for all routers that are attached to a common network. A sample value for a local area network is 10 seconds. dead - The number of seconds before a neighboring router considers this router to be down. This setting should be an integral multiple of the hello interval (commonly 4). This value must be the same for all OSPF router interfaces attached to a common network segment. poll - The number of seconds between OSPF network polls for non-broadcast multiple access (NBMA) interfaces only. You should set the poll interval to be at least twice as long as the dead interval. A sample value for an X.25 network is 2 minutes. metric - The cost of sending a packet out of this interface. The value set here is advertised as the link cost for this interface in the link state advertisement of the router. Faster interfaces usually have lower costs. The maximum setting is 32,767. password - If passwords are enabled for the area (the default setting) the password used for this interface. All interfaces in the same area that are on the same network must use identical passwords. By default, passwords are enabled and the password is 12345678. mtu - The maximum size in bytes of IP packets carrying OSPF information that can be sent without fragmentation. The default value of 1,500 bytes is the default IP MTU for an Ethernet network. Remarks: Changes OSPF configuration parameters for the interface. Examples: set interface "Local Area Connection" metric=2 mtu=1500


Quick - Link:
netsh interface set interface
Sets interface parameters.
netsh interface ip show udpconn
Displays UDP connections.
netsh routing ip rip add announcefilter
Adds a filter for routes announced on a interface.
netsh p2p pnrp cloud show names
Displays locally registered names.


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