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Networking - Core

Windows Mobile 6.5
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4/8/2010

This section provides links to topics that contain information about general networking technologies that are supported.

Extensible Authentication Protocol

Provides information about Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) support in Windows Mobile. This technology provides a standardized support mechanism for authentication schemes such as token cards, certificates, Public Key, and S/Key.

TCP/IP

Provides information about TCP/IP support in Windows Mobile. This technology supports a set of protocols that allow cooperating computers and devices to share resources across a network.

Internet Protocol Version 6

Provides information about Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) support in Windows Mobile. This technology provides a suite of standard protocols that is the next generation of network layer protocols for the Internet. IPv6 is a connectionless, unreliable protocol used primarily for addressing and routing packets between hosts.

Windows Networking API/Redirector

Provides information about Windows Networking API/Redirector support in Windows Mobile. This technology manages network connections and accesses remote file systems and printers.

Windows Sockets

Provides information about Windows Sockets support in Windows Mobile. This technology is used to discover and use the communications capabilities of underlying transport protocols. It enables programmers to create advanced Internet, intranet, and other network-capable applications to transmit application data across the wire, independent of the network protocol being used.

Networking - Wireless

Provides links to other topics that contain information about Wireless technologies supported in Windows Mobile.

Networking - Remote

Provides links to topics that contain information about Remote technologies supported in Windows Mobile.

Servers

Provides links to topics that contain information about networking server technologies supported in Windows Mobile.

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