05 dic 2012

Utilizzare i cmdlet di PowerShell per rinominare una scheda di rete in Windows 8 o in Windows Server 2012.

È possibile utilizzare i cmdlet di Windows PowerShell per rinominare una scheda di rete in Windows 8 o in Windows Server 2012. Per effettuare questa operazione, attenersi alla seguente procedura:

  1. Per visualizzare i nomi delle schede di rete, eseguire il seguente cmdlet di Windows PowerShell:

             Get-NetAdapter

  1. Per rinominare una scheda di rete, eseguire il seguente cmdlet di Windows PowerShell:

    Rename-NetAdapter-nome <Name></Name> NewName- <New name=""></New>

    Ad esempio, eseguire il seguente cmdlet di Windows PowerShell per rinominare la scheda "Rete Ethernet" a "ManagementAdapter:"

    Rename-NetAdapter –Name Ethernet –NewName ManagementAdapter

Ecco una lista di cmdlet utili alla gestione del TCP/IP.

Net TCP/IP

Get-NetIPAddress

Gets information about IP address configuration.

Get-NetIPInterface

Gets information about the IP interface properties.

Get-NetIPv4Protocol

Gets information about the IPv4 Protocol configuration.

Get-NetIPv6Protocol

Gets information about the IPv6 protocol configuration.

Get-NetNeighbor

Gets information about the neighbor cache for IPv4 and IPv6.

Get-NetOffloadGlobalSetting

Gets information about the global TCP/IP offload settings.

Get-NetPrefixPolicy

Gets information about the prefix policy.

Get-NetRoute

Gets the IP routing table.

Get-NetTCPConnection

Gets information about current TCP connection statistics.

Get-NetTCPSetting

Gets information about TCP settings and configuration.

Get-NetTransportFilter

Gets information about transport filters.

Get-NetUDPEndpoint

Gets information about current UDP connection statistics.

Get-NetUDPSetting

Gets information about UDP settings and configuration.

New-NetIPAddress

Creates an IP address and the configuration properties of that IP address.

New-NetNeighbor

Creates a neighbor cache entry for IPv4 or IPv6.

New-NetRoute

Creates an entry in the IP routing table.

New-NetTransportFilter

Creates a transport filters.

Remove-NetIPAddress

Deletes an IP address and the configuration properties of that IP address.

Remove-NetNeighbor

Deletes a neighbor cache entry for IPv4 or IPv6.

Remove-NetRoute

Deletes an entry or entries (IP routes) from the IP routing table.

Remove-NetTransportFilter

Deletes a transport filter.

Set-NetIPAddress

Modifies IP address configuration properties of an existing IP address.

Set-NetIPInterface

Modifies IP interface properties.

Set-NetIPv4Protocol

Modifies information about the IPv4 Protocol configuration.

Set-NetIPv6Protocol

Modifies information about the IPv6 Protocol configuration.

Set-NetNeighbor

Modifies a neighbor cache entry.

Set-NetOffloadGlobalSetting

Modifies information about the global TCP/IP offload settings.

Set-NetRoute

Modifies an entry or entries in the IP routing table.

Set-NetTCPSetting

Modifies TCP settings and configuration.

Set-NetUDPSetting

Modifies UDP settings and configuration.