Winsock – Microsoft Connect Program

In an earlier blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/wndp/archive/2005/09/27/474679.aspx), Shivakumar introduced the Connect program.  Shiva mentioned WinInet, WinHTTP and HTTP.sys are using Microsoft Connect.  This blog is to announce Winsock  has now joined Connect.  This means you can submit bugs, submit feature requests and (in the future) download additional Winsock-related content such as whitepapers.  Connect Program Homepage: https://connect.microsoft.com. See…

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The Necessity for End-to-End QoS Experiments

One phrase you’ll see time and again within posts is the necessity for “end-to-end” experiments/measurements. Because I repeat this phrase so often, I figured someone would ask why at some point (so I’ll beat you to the punch).   End-to-end: adj: with the end of one object in contact lengthwise with the end of another…

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Introduction to WNDP QoS team

I wanted to open the WNDP QoS blog with an introduction to the program and problem space our technologies provide a solution for. Hopefully this will set the tone for further entries, which myself and other members of the team will post. The network QoS (Quality of Service) program is part of core Windows networking…

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