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Netsh commands for Interface 6to4

Updated: February 8, 2008

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

This section contains the following commands:

The following entries provide details for each command.

Adds an interface to the router. For full interfaces, a phone book entry with the same name must already exist on the system.

Syntax

add [name=] Name [[type=]full]

Parameters

name
Required. Specifies the name of the interface to be added.

type
Optional. Specifies that a demand dial interface is created when full is designated.

Examples

Following is an example of the add command that creates a demand-dial interface.

add name="Demand-Dial Interface" type=full

Deletes an interface from the router.

Syntax

delete [ name= ] Name

Parameters

name
Required. Specifies the name of the interface to be deleted.

Examples:

The following example command deletes a demand-dial interface at the router

delete name="Demand-Dial Interface"

Deletes all of the interfaces that can be added through this context.

Syntax

reset

Sets 6to4 interface configuration information.

Syntax

set interface [ name= ] Name [ [ routing= ]( enabled | disabled | default )]

Parameters

name
Required. Specifies the interface name.

routing
Optional. Specifies whether to act as a router.

Examples

Following is an example of the set interface command.

set interface "Private" enabled

Sets 6to4 relay information.

Syntax

set relay [ [ name= ]( Name | default )] [ [ state= ] ( enabled | disabled | automatic | default ) ] [[ interval= ] Integer ]

Parameters

name
Optional. Specifies the name of the 6to4 relay.

state
Optional. Specifies whether relay name resolution is enabled or disabled.

interval
Optional. Specifies an integer that is the resolution interval (in minutes).

Examples

Following is an example of the set relay command.

set relay 6to4.ipv6.org. enabled 1440

Sets 6to4 routing information.

Syntax

set routing [ [ routing= ]( enabled | disabled | automatic | default ) ] [ [ sitelocals= ] (enabled | disabled | default ) ]

Parameters

routing
Optional. Specifies the state of 6to4 routing.

sitelocalsq
Optional. Specifies whether to use Site-Local addresses.

Examples

Following are two examples of the set routing command.

set routing default default

set routing routing=enabled sitelocals=enabled

Sets the 6to4 configuration state.

Syntax

set state [ [ state= ] ( enabled |disabled | automatic | default ) ] [ [ undoonstop= ] ( enabled | disabled | default ) ]

Parameters

state
Optional. Specifies whether 6to4 is enabled.

undoonstop
Optional. Specifies whether 6to4 is disabled on service stop.

Examples

Following are two examples of the set state command.

set state default default

set state state=enabled undoonstop=disabled

Displays the 6to4 interface configuration information.

Syntax

show interface

Displays the 6to4 relay information.

Syntax

show relay

Displays the 6to4 routing state.

Syntax

show routing

Displays the 6to4 state.

Syntax

show state

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