Enable or disable teredo / isatap on windows seven

Juste click on start, Run and type cmd then netsh

C:\Users\abdel>netsh
netsh>interface
netsh interface>teredo
netsh interface teredo>show

The following commands are available:

Commands inherited from the netsh context:
show alias – Lists all defined aliases.
show helper – Lists all the top-level helpers.
show mode – Shows the current mode.

Commands in this context:
show state – Shows Teredo state.
netsh interface teredo>show state
Teredo Parameters
———————————————
Type : client
Server Name : teredo.ipv6.microsoft.com.
Client Refresh Interval : 30 seconds
Client Port : unspecified
State : qualified
Client Type : teredo host-specific relay
Network : unmanaged
NAT : restricted
NAT Special Behaviour : UPNP: No, PortPreserving: Yes
Local Mapping : 192.168.1.11:50758
External NAT Mapping : 88.175.79.x:50758

Now that you have listed your teredo interface you can type

set state disabled

####################################################

If you want to also disable isatap interface, just follow the commands

C:\Windows\system32>netsh
netsh>interface
netsh interface>isatap
netsh interface isatap>show state
ISATAP State : default

netsh interface isatap>set state disabled
Ok.

I’ve created this ticket because i was Hungry of seeing so much interfaces in my Windows.

Thanks

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