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TCP/IP Fundamentals for Microsoft Windows
Microsoft Corporation
Published: May 21, 2006
Updated: Feb 6, 2007
Author: Joseph Davies
Editor: Anne Taussig
Abstract

This online book is a structured, introductory approach to the basic concepts and principles of the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) protocol suite, how the most important protocols function, and their basic configuration in the Microsoft\u00ae Windows Vista\u2122, Windows Server\u00ae 2008, Windows\u00ae XP, and Windows Server 2003 families of operating systems. This book is primarily a discussion of concepts and principles to lay a conceptual foundation for the TCP/IP protocol suite and provides an integrated discussion of both Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) and Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6).

The information contained in this document represents the current view of
Microsoft Corporation on the issues discussed as of the date of
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TCP/IP Fundamentals for Microsoft Windows
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Contents
Chapter 1 \u2013 Introduction to TCP/IP................................................................................................1

Chapter Objectives.......................................................................................................................2 History of TCP/IP..........................................................................................................................3 The Internet Standards Process....................................................................................................5

Requests for Comments (RFCs)................................................................................................5 TCP/IP Terminology.....................................................................................................................7 TCP/IP Components in Windows...................................................................................................9

Configuring the IPv4-based TCP/IP Component in Windows........................................................9

Automatic Configuration....................................................................................................... 10
Manual Configuration........................................................................................................... 11
Installing and Configuring the IPv6-based TCP/IP Component in Windows................................. 12
Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008............................................................................. 12

Windows XP and Windows Server 2003................................................................................ 13 Name Resolution Files in Windows.......................................................................................... 14 TCP/IP Tools in Windows........................................................................................................ 14

The Ipconfig Tool................................................................................................................. 15
The Ping Tool...................................................................................................................... 16

Network Monitor...................................................................................................................... 17 Chapter Summary...................................................................................................................... 19 Chapter Glossary.......................................................................................................................20

Chapter 2 \u2013 Architectural Overview of the TCP/IP Protocol Suite................................................ 23
Chapter Objectives.....................................................................................................................24

The TCP/IP Protocol Suite.......................................................................................................... 25 Network Interface Layer.......................................................................................................... 25 Internet Layer......................................................................................................................... 26 Transport Layer...................................................................................................................... 26 Application Layer.................................................................................................................... 27

IPv4 Internet Layer..................................................................................................................... 28
ARP....................................................................................................................................... 28
ARP Cache......................................................................................................................... 28

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