Overview of Windows 2000 TCP/IP
The TCP/IP suite for Windows 2000 is designed to make it easy to integrate Microsoft systems into large-scale corporate, government, and public networks and to provide the ability to operate over those networks in a secure manner. With TCP/IP, Windows 2000 can immediately connect and operate on the Internet.
Standard Features and Performance Enhancements
Windows 2000 TCP/IP supports the following standard features:
Ability to bind to multiple network adapters with different media types
Logical and physical multihoming
Internal IP routing capability
Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) Version 2 (support for IP multicasting)
Duplicate IP address detection
Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) Router Discovery ...