Windows Core Networking

Windows Core Networking APIs and technologies such as Winsock, TCP/IP stack, WFP, IPsec, IPv6, WSK, WinINet, Http.sys, WinHttp, QoS, and System.Net

March, 2006

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    TOS and DSCP

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    Some weeks ago I described 802.1p . It's a way to color traffic on your local network segment. If you have network equipment aware of this tag, you can get strict prioritization at these hops. Still, the tag is at layer-2 and not layer-3; your average...
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    WinINet ETW Tracing Support in Windows Vista

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    Program Manager for WinINet and WinHttp, Jonathan Silvera, discusses how to enable ETW tracing for Internet Explorer in Windows Vista....
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    What's next on the client HTTP stack front

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    http://www.microsoft-watch.com/article2/0,2180,1940567,00.asp Hachamovitch acknowledged Microsoft already is building the next two versions of IE. He declined to offer guidelines on delivery schedules or feature sets, other than to say one of the two...
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    Update IE7 Beta 2 Preview available

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    There is an updated IE7 Beta 2 Preivew. Go get it! Also go visit the IE blog entry on the release . Update: The web page is updated but the underlining installer binary is older. I just confirmed the updated download. -- Ari Pernick
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    CNet gives a quick look at Vista Networking

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    CNet wrote some nice words about Windows Vista, especially the QoS work: Networking Windows Vista will come with a completely reworked networking stack. The next-generation TCP/IP stack will work with IPv4 and IPv6, and will also support auto-tuning...
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