Windows Rally Technologies Seminar: Obtaining the Windows Vista Logo for Network Infrastructure Devi

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2007年2月21日に東京で開催しました Windows Rally テクノロジ セミナーの7セッションのうちの1つをお届けします。このセッションでは Glenn Ward がホームネットワークの性能を決める上で重要となるルータやアクセスポイント向けの Windows Vista Logo の要件とテストツールについてわかりやすく説明します。この要件には WCN や LLTD といった Windows Rally テクノロジ以外に IPv6, QOS, video-capability 等が含まれます。(英語)
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イベントとニュース:Windows Rally (Japanese)

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This video provides one of 7 sessions in Windows Rally Technologies Seminar at Tokyo at Feb. 21th, 2007. In this session, Glenn Ward presented the Windows Vista Logo requirement and the test tool for network infrastructure devices, such as routers and access points, which are important for home network performance. This requirement includes not only WCN and LLTD in Windows Rally, but also IPv6, QOS, video capability and so on. (English)

For more information about Windows Rally, please refer to the following URL.

Windows Rally: Connectivity Technologies for devices (English)



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  • User profile image
    Hey. Very interesting video. I have a question though:

    Can you clarify on the Loopback "Hairpin" support?

    Does this mean that if I have a Vista Logo DSL router that is in bridge mode (ISP assigns up to N public IPv4 IP's for each of my devices through DHCP) and has several local computers connected to the land RJ45 ports each with a public IP in a larger subnet that has other customers in it, the packets that go through my Computer 1 to my Computer 2 or Xbox using the public IP's will actually get loopbackd on the device without going over the bridge to the ISP?

    Eg. With this configuration, will the ->

    subnet mask
    public.ip.112.6 ISP/Default gateway
    public.ip.123.4 DSL in bridge mode, no NAT
    public.ip.123.5 Desktop
    public.ip.123.6 Laptop
    public.ip.123.7 Xbox

    -> Packets from Desktop to Laptop or device behind the bridge will stay behind the bridge?

    Is the "Hairpin" same or different from "ARP Proxy", which as I understand should address this?
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    btw here's a link to the tool mentioned:


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