Raw TCP/IP library for Windows 2000

Environment: Win32 (Packet manipulations work only on 2000/XP), VC 6.0 (all samples come with complete source code)

This library enumerates the TCP/IP protocol, and allows the user to create custom TCP/IP headers. It is also now used for regular network communication (when you don't want to use MFC in your projects).

Features in version 4.0 are:

  • Full-fledged communication suite for all the major Internet protocols (IP/UDP/TCP/ICMP)
  • Ability to craft custom-made packets
  • Ability to spoof source address
  • Utility classes that perform: Ping, Traceroute, Traceroute with reverse DNS, Realtime Traceroute, and domain/IP whois
  • Utility classes that act as relays (Proxy TCP and UDP mapping)
  • Full-fledged DNS library

All come with complete samples and documentation.

The library is aimed toward the novice user who wants an easy-to-use TCP/IP communication library. At the same time, it's for advanced users who want to control every aspect of it.

Downloads

Download demo project - 6.2 Mb


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