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The Interfaces subkey stores configuration data specific to a TCP/IP communications interface .

This subkey stores TCP/IP configuration data that can be configured differently for each interface that the system uses. It contains one or more subkeys, called interface-name , each of which represents one interface. The entries in the interface-name subkeys apply only to the interface that the subkey represents, and they take precedence over any conflicting settings in the Parameters subkey.

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