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Network programming in C# - printed material?

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I have "Professional .Net Network Programming" and "Network Programming for
MS Windows 2nd Ed", but I find both of these to be lacking in what I am
looking for.

Has there been any books printed on serious network programming for C# that
deals with the IP Helper routines?
Nov 15 '05 #1
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"Wayne M J" <no*@home.nor.bigpuddle.com> wrote in
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I have "Professional .Net Network Programming" and "Network
Programming for MS Windows 2nd Ed", but I find both of these to be
lacking in what I am looking for.

Has there been any books printed on serious network programming for C#
that deals with the IP Helper routines?


WROX Press,
Professional .NET Network Programming

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Peter

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Nov 15 '05 #2

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"Peter Koen" <koen-newsreply&snusnu.at> wrote in message
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WROX Press,
Professional .NET Network Programming


:-) Unfortunately it does not go to that level.
Nov 15 '05 #3

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Wayne,

Could you please tell us a bit more about what you are looking to do
that isn't covered in either of those books.

-Jeremy

"Wayne M J" <no*@home.nor.bigpuddle.com> wrote in message news:<e7**************@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl>...
I have "Professional .Net Network Programming" and "Network Programming for
MS Windows 2nd Ed", but I find both of these to be lacking in what I am
looking for.

Has there been any books printed on serious network programming for C# that
deals with the IP Helper routines?

Nov 15 '05 #4

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"JDeats" <je****@pdq.net> wrote in message
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Wayne,

Could you please tell us a bit more about what you are looking to do
that isn't covered in either of those books.


udp/tcp statistics, connection stats etc.

Essentially netstat, ipconfig, arp etc.

I realise there are 3rd party controls etc available, but that defeats the
'fun' for me. I have found some www articles but they rush head-long in,
and do not explain much.
Nov 15 '05 #5

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