TCP/IP Reference (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)
You can configure Dynamic Name Service (DNS), Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP), and Internet Protocol Helper (IP Helper) programming elements.
In This Section
Provides descriptions of ICMP programming elements. ICMP, usually considered to be part of the IP layer, is a network layer protocol that delivers flow control, error messages, routing, and other data between Internet hosts.
Provides descriptions of IP Helper programming elements. IP Helper provides application programming interfaces (APIs) that assist in the network administration of the local computer.
Provides descriptions of DNS programming elements.**
- TCP/IP Security
Provides security-related information, including security best practices.
- TCP/IP Best Practices
Provides general best practices.
- Internet Protocol Helper APIs
Provides information on using Internet Helper APIs to accomplish specific tasks.