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  • Blog Post: Migrating

    This blog is migrating to the WNDP blog . This one will stick around but won't be updated.
  • Blog Post: Longhorn Networking Stack: NAP

    Today was the Longhorn Networking Chat , I've organized some of the QA and will do a series of posts on different topics that came up. See the full transcript on Channel 9. Network Access Protection: Khaja_MSFT (Expert): Q: oh yes = tell us more about NAP - this going to hit longhorn client??? A: The...
  • Blog Post: Longhorn Networking Stack: Firewall Platform

    Today was the Longhorn Networking Chat , I've organized some of the QA and will do a series of posts on different topics that came up. See the full transcript on Channel 9. Firewall: Henry_MSFT (Expert): Q: Will Longhorn feature iptables like firewall with support for 3rd party plugins? A: Support for...
  • Blog Post: Longhorn Networking Stack: P2P and Upnp

    Today was the Longhorn Networking Chat , I've organized some of the QA and will do a series of posts on different topics that came up. See the full transcript on Channel 9. UPnP: Harish_msft (Expert): Q: "web serviices for network devices " <--- whats this? A: in LH we are making a significant enhance...
  • Blog Post: Longhorn Networking Stack: Wireless and Bluetooth

    Today was the Longhorn Networking Chat , I've organized some of the QA and will do a series of posts on different topics that came up. See the full transcript on Channel 9. After Ipv6 and the new stack, wireless was on people's minds: Christian_MSFT (Expert): Q: what changes are in store for wireless...
  • Blog Post: Longhorn Networking Chat: Ipv6 and the new TCP/IP stack

    Today was the Longhorn Networking Chat , I've organized some of the QA and will do a series of posts on different topics that came up. See the full transcript on Channel 9. There was a massive number of questions about IPv6 and the new stack in Longhorn: Henry_MSFT (Expert): Q: Will Longhorn have a IPv6...
  • Blog Post: Longhorn Networking Chat: Http, Winsock and QoS

    Today was the Longhorn Networking Chat , I've organized some of the QA and will do a series of posts on different topics that came up. See the full transcript on Channel 9. Http, winsock and QoS are the areas closest to me organizationally so I'll start here. There were a two http stack questions: Henry_MSFT...
  • Blog Post: Longhorn Networking Chat: Opening Remarks

    Today was the Longhorn Networking Chat , I've organized some of the QA and will do a series of posts on different topics that came up. See the full transcript on Channel 9. First off was some opening remarks from Jawad: Jawad_Khaki_MSFT (Expert): Longhorn will offer a new integrated IPv4/IPv6 stack optimized...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming Executive Chat with Windows Networking VP Jawad Khaki

    There is an upcoming online chat with Jawad Khaki regarding Longhorn Networking features on March 22 at 11:30. Want to be first to know what is changing (and there are years worth of work here) in the networking stack? This is the place to be. Or maybe that you have a favorite issues regarding the tcp...
  • Blog Post: Port Reporter and Port Reporter Parser

    You may have heard of a tool called Port Reporter that logs TCP and UDP activity on a Windows 2000, XP or 2003 machine. On XP and 2003 it also captures more data about the user and process that opened the port. (Data that is also available with the -o flag on netstat). You can get the tool here . Well...
  • Blog Post: Http.sys and the XPSP2 Firewall

    Larry Osterman of the WMC Team has a three part blog series about what he needed to allow http.sys to open ports and get through the Windows XP SP2 firewall. Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3
  • Blog Post: Internet2 MultiStream LSR Submission

    While this isn’t a web transports item, the folks down the hall are celebrating with their partners at Caltech and CERN their submission on Windows Server 2003 for the Internet2 multistream land speed record . They appear to have achieved a throughput of 6.25 Gbps over an average period of 10 minutes...
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