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Network Programming for Microsoft® Windows®, Second Edition by Jim Ohlund, Anthony Jones

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Programming QOS

The programming techniques described in this section apply primarily to the Windows 98, Windows Me, and Windows 2000 platforms. As we mentioned, Windows XP does not feature a fully capable IP QOS service provider. Therefore, the Windows XP platforms no longer feature a supported RSVP signaling and admission control layer. The traffic control IP packet scheduler layer is still available and the technique of setting up a FLOWSPEC still applies, but information regarding QOS notifications and RSVP signaling does not apply.

Central to QOS is the initiation of an RSVP session. It’s not until the RSVP PATH and RESV messages have been sent and processed that bandwidth is reserved for the process. Knowing when RSVP messages are generated ...

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