Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 28th Sep 2005 12:24 UTC
Windows Vista Beta 1 and Longhorn Server Beta 1 include a new implementation of the TCP/IP protocol suite known as the Next Generation TCP/IP stack. The Next Generation TCP/IP stack in Windows Vista and Windows Server Longhorn is a complete redesign of TCP/IP functionality for both IPv4 and IPv6 that meets the connectivity and performance needs of today's varied networking environments and technologies. Elsewhere, will Office 12 be named... Office Mondo?
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RE: TCP/IP
by on Wed 28th Sep 2005 19:38 UTC in reply to "TCP/IP"

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>"WFP is more secure, integrated in the stack, and much easier for independent software vendors (ISVs) to build drivers, services, and applications that must filter, analyze, or modify TCP/IP traffic."
"The Next-Generation TCP/IP stack has an infrastructure to enable more modular components that can be dynamically inserted and removed." <

That's funny i remember an earlier article saying how MSFT was going to remove direct TCP/IP access from end users and software.

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