Other Network Programming Sites

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The following will be other sites with network programming resources. Initially I will simply place all sites here that I have bookmarked.

The Winsock Programmer's FAQ: Winsock Programmer's FAQ has many useful and informative articles and such.

The RAD University site has many relevant articles; even though they have been written by students, they are worth looking at.

See Farooque's Web site for a lot of relevant sample code, most of which are complete useful utilities.

See UDP socket for a sample program, but I don't know much about it.

Something else that looks useful is another Socket class; look around the leunen.com - homepage for other stuff too.

The WinSock Development Information site has sockets development material, most of which is from their book.

WinPcap, The Packet Capture and Network Monitoring Library for Windows "is the industry-standard tool for link-layer network access in Windows environments". It is very useful for low-level network programing.

Reference Material and Software

The NDIS Developer's Reference is packed with a lot of technical stuff. "The primary purpose of NDIS is to define a standard API for "Network Interface Cards" (NIC's).".

For network programming, it helps to have a network monitor to test with. A simple one available for free is AnalogX's PacketMon.


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