TCP/IP (Windows CE 5.0)
Windows CE 5.0
TCP/IP for Microsoft® Windows® CE allows devices to participate as peers and servers on local area networks (LANs) and remote networks.
In This Section
- TCP/IP OS Design Development
- Presents TCP/IP information that is helpful when designing and developing a Windows CE OS. This includes dependency information, the modules and components that implement TCP/IP, and TCP/IP implementation considerations.
- TCP/IP Application Development
- Describes how the Windows CE OS implements Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). Although this section presents the concept of the dual stack, it focuses on IPv4 information.
- Internet Protocol Helper APIs
- Describes the capabilities of the IP Helper, and shows the appropriate functions that provides each capability.
- TCP/IP Registry Settings
- Provides information about the configurable registry settings for IPv4 and the common settings for IPv4 and IPv6.
- TCP/IP Best Practices
- Provides general best practices for TCP/IP.
- TCP/IP Security
- Presents security information for TCP/IP and security best practices.
- TCP/IP Migration
- Presents information that is important to know if you are migrating from one version of Windows CE to another.
- TCP/IP Samples
- Describes sample code that is available for TCP/IP.
- TCP/IP Reference
- Includes reference material for ICMP and IP Helper programming elements.
- Internet Protocol Version 6
- Describes how the Windows CE OS implements IPv6. Information that is common to both IPv4 and IPv6 is presented in the TCP/IP documentation.
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