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

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  • Blog Post: Our Mike Flasko and Anthony Jones on Channel 9

    There is a new video up on channel9 talking about Coding to support IPv6. Go check it out! -- Ari Pernick
  • Blog Post: Creating IP Agnostic Applications - Part 1

    In Windows Vista and Windows Server "Longhorn," IPv6 is installed and enabled by default. When both IPv4 and IPv6 are enabled on these OSs, the TCP/IP stack prefers to use IPv6 over IPv4. For example, APIs such as ConnectByName will attempt to connect first via IPv6. See this post for a detailed discussion...
  • Blog Post: WSAConnectByName() and WSAConnectByList()

    G’Day, my name is Brad Williamson, a Software Design Engineer with the Windows Networking Developer Platform (WNDP) group here at Microsoft. I am going to talk about two APIs that were introduced in Windows Vista Beta 2 to simplify the process of connecting to another connection-oriented socket application...
  • Blog Post: WinINet and WinHTTP IPv6 Support in Web Proxy Auto-Discovery (WPAD) scripts enabled in Windows Vista

    Hi, my name is Jonathan Silvera and I am the WinINet and WinHTTP Program Manager. Today I would like to talk to you about changes we have made to add IPv6 support in the WinINet and WinHTTP WPAD helper functions. The explosion of the Internet in the late 1990’s has caused an unexpected scarcity of...
  • Blog Post: Extensions to the Navigator Proxy Auto-Config File Format specification to support IPv6 v0.9

    The following functions are extensions to the Navigator Proxy Auto-Config File Format specification to enable WPAD scripts to handle IPv6 capable networks: Predefined Functions and Environment for the JavaScript Function FindProxyforURLEx: Hostname based conditions: isResolvableEx...
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