Netsh/Isatap

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Netsh is a Windows command used to display and modify the network configuration of a currently running local or remote computer. These activities will show you how to use the netsh command to configure IPv6 ISATAP.

Note: To complete this activity, you must have an administrative user account or know the username and password of an administrator account you can enter when prompted.

Preparation[edit]

To prepare for this activity:

  1. Start Windows.
  2. Log in if necessary.

Activity 1 - Display ISATAP Status[edit]

To display ISATAP status:

  1. Open an elevated/administrator command prompt.
  2. Type netsh interface isatap show state and press Enter.
  3. Observe the ISATAP status.

Activity 2 - Enable ISATAP[edit]

To enable ISATAP:

  1. Type netsh interface isatap set state enabled and press Enter.
  2. Use ipconfig to display ISATAP settings.

Activity 3 - Disable ISATAP[edit]

To disable ISATAP:

  1. Type netsh interface isatap set state disabled and press Enter.
  2. Use ipconfig to confirm that ISATAP was disabled.
  3. Close the command prompt to complete this activity.

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