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Win32 API & TCP/IP

Posted on 2000-03-30
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Is there a direct way to adjust TCP/IP settings for windows using an existing API. Or do I need to do it manually with registry keys?  I can already trace though the keys to find and change the data needed, I'm just looking to clean up the code a little.
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Have a look on IP helper API. But it's available partially on 98 and NT4 SP3 and fully on Win2000.
For example, AddIpAddress(). Search for this on MS site.
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