IPv6 and Microsoft Windows.


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IPv6 and Microsoft Windows Bill Cerveny Windows 2000 Windows 2000 with Administration Pack 1 introduced Must introduce IPv6 "Innovation Sneak peak" Introducing with Administration Pack 2: see http://msdn.microsoft.com/Downloads/sdks/stage/tpipv6/faq.asp Windows XP Windows XP
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IPv6 and Microsoft Windows Bill Cerveny

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Windows 2000 Windows 2000 with Service Pack 1 introduced Must introduce IPv6 “Technology Preview” Installing with Service Pack 2: see http://msdn.microsoft.com/Downloads/sdks/stage/tpipv6/faq.asp

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Windows XP Windows XP Integral piece of the working framework Must be turned on “Developer Preview” No backing for document and print sharing, DNS messages over IPv6, IPv6 support for WinInet, IPHelper and DCOM APIs

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Windows XP with SP1 Windows XP with Service Pack 1 (SP1) IPv6 is a bolstered convention, despite the fact that system associations show as “Microsoft IPv6 Developer Edition”

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Windows .NET Server 2003 IPv6 usefulness incorporated with ping, tracert, pathping, netstat, course, telnet, ftp File and print sharing over IPv6 webpage residential areas empowered Internet Explorer and Internet Information Services (IIS) IPv6-empowered Windows Media Services IPv6 support for Windows Sockets, RPC, IPHelper, DCOM and WinInet APIs Literal IPv6 addresses not bolster by .NET’s wininet.dll

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IPsec upheld aside from: ESP for the IPv6 doesn’t bolster information encryption IPsec in the IPv6 convention doesn’t bolster the utilization of Internet Key Exchange (IKE) for arranging security affiliations (SAs) IPsec for IPv6 activity totally autonomous from IPsec for IPv4.

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IPv6-empowered Operating System Tools Ipconfig Route Ping Tracert Pathping Netstat Netsh ipsec6

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Recommended Reading Understanding IPv6 , Joseph Davies, Microsoft Press, 2003 Good broad IPv6 content Lots of samples from .net Server 2003

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Limitations No backing yet for PPP, PPTP or L2TP No Microsoft application support (i.e. Office devices)

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References http://www.microsoft.com/ipv6 Frequently Asked Questions about the IPv6 Protocol for Windows XP Frequently Asked Questions about the IPv6 Protocol for the Windows .NET Server Family Windows .NET Server 2003 Technical Overview of Networking and Communications

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Microsoft’s Experimentation with IPv6 Apps http://www.threedegrees.com Instant Messenger like application which utilizes IPv6 Currently as a part of be