Developing a Gateway (Windows CE 5.0)
Windows CE includes the Gateway design template. This design template is targeted at a specific network infrastructure device that provides connection-sharing services from a single Internet connection to a number of computers and other devices on an internal private network. This device typically includes a Network Address Translator for IPv4 and appropriate routing for IPv6, and a firewall to protect internal clients.
In This Section
- Gateway Overview
Provides an overview of the Gateway.
- Gateway Architecture
Provides information about the gateway architecture, including Catalog items provided in the Gateway design template, minimal hardware and software requirements, and information about the Gateway user interface.
- How to Develop a Gateway
Provides step-by-step instructions on how to develop a basic gateway, from choosing the correct design template to testing the device.
- Customizing a Gateway
Provides information about customizing and configuring a gateway.
- Debugging and Testing a Gateway
Provides information about debugging and testing a gateway, including strategies and procedures.
- Creating End User Documentation for a Gateway
Contains user documentation considerations for a gateway. Describes how to use the Quick Start template to create a Quick Start Guide for a gateway.
- Migrating a Gateway
Provides gateway considerations when migrating to a newer version of Windows CE.
- Gateway Best Practices
Provides best practices for when you create a gateway.
- Gateway Security
Provides security information about a gateway.
- Gateway Registry Settings
Defines the registry parameters used to configure a gateway.
- Gateway Samples
Provides information about gateway samples.
- Remote Configuration Framework
Provides a comprehensive overview of the Remote Configuration Framework, including OS design development, application development, and reference pages.
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