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Windows Server 2003 in a Nutshell by Mitch Tulloch

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Name

netsh/Routing Context

Synopsis

Configures a router (a multihomed computer with the Routing and Remote Access Service installed and enabled).

Subcontexts

IP

autodhcp

dnsproxy

IGMP

NAT

OSPF

Relay

RIP

IPX

NETBIOS

RIP

sap

Only commands for the IP subcontext are covered in this section. For a list of commands in the IPX subcontext, switch to that subcontext and type help.

Commands

dump

Dumps the configuration of the router as a series of NetShell commands.

ip

Switches to IP subcontext. The commands available in this subcontext are listed in Table 5-13. Within the IP subcontext are the following deeper subcontexts: autodhcp, dnsproxy, IGMP, NAT, OSPF, Relay, and RIP. The commands for these subcontexts are listed in Table 5-14 through Table 5-20.

ipx

Switches to IPX subcontext.

reset

Resets the IP address configuration of the router to a clean state.

show helper

Details IP and IPX Helper DLLs for the routing context.

Table 5-13. Commands available in Routing IP subcontext

Command

Option

Description

add/delete/ set/show

interface

Adds/deletes/specifies/displays routing settings

filter

Adds/deletes/specifies/displays packet filters

rtmroute

Adds/deletes/specifies/displays nonpersistent routes

persistentroute

Adds/deletes/specifies/displays persistent routes

preference- forprotocol

Adds/deletes/specifies/displays preference level

scope

Adds/deletes/specifies/displays multicast scope

add/delete/ show

boundary

Adds/deletes/displays multicast boundary settings

add/set

ipiptunnel

Adds/specifies ...

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