FTP. Used to transfer files using the FTP protocol. Very easy to use with a
                   'plug and play' interface. Supports most corporate firewalls, and has an
                extensible architecture, enabling access to non-standard FTP server features
                (mostly found in mainframes). [more...]

                   HTTP. Can be used to retrieve and post documents on the World Wide Web.
                   Includes Authentication and Proxy support, as well as custom headers for
                extending the protocol. [more...]

                   ICMPPort. Access to the IP control layer. It accesses the ICMP features
                   of Winsock. Can be used to build network control applications such as the
                popular ping. [more...]

                   IMAP. An easy to use implementation of a generic IMAP4 client, used to
                   access corporate mail servers, such as Netscape Messaging Server, or
                Microsoft Exchange. Implement fully-featured custom messaging applications with
                ease. [more...]

                   IPDaemon. Can be used to create TCP/IP servers running on PC's
                   connected to a TCP/IP network. The control can handle close to 1000
                simultaneous connections on the same TCP/IP port. It is designed to balance the
                load between connections for a fast, powerful server. [more...]

                   IPInfo. A collection of DNS and other database functions. Used to resolve
                   direct and reverse DNS queries through a fast and Windows-friendly
                asynchronous interface. [more...]

                   IPPort. Provides full access to Winsock stream sockets for custom client
                   programming. Flexible EOL (end of line) management facilitates line socket
                programming. The control is fully asynchronous, resulting in high performance, and
                conservation of system resources. [more...]

                   LDAP. Provides access to LDAP directory servers. Used to search,
                   manage, and maintain Internet and Corporate Directories, through an
                easy-to-use, high performance, asynchronous interface. [more...]

                   MCast. Internet Multicast control. This control allows you to exploit the
                   powerful multicasting features of today's routers. Channel products, from
                newscast services, to conferencing programs can be built with little or no effort.

                   MIME. Easy encoding and decoding of MIME structures. Designed with
                   Internet Messaging applications in mind, especially geared towards sending
                and receiving messages with multiple attachments. [more...]

                   MX. Directly search Internet Domain Servers for email servers that accept
                   email for the addresses you specify. Directly increases the performance and
                reliability of email applications, by allowing delivery directly to the final destination.

                   NetCode. UUencode, Base64, Quoted Printable and URL encoding and
                   decoding used to transfer binary data over networks. Operates on strings,
                files, and collections of files. [more...]

                   NetDial. Allows access to the Windows RAS API for management of
                   Internet dialup functions and access of phonebook entries. Dialing an ISP
                with NetDial is as easy as setting a couple of properties and letting the control do
                the work. [more...]

                   NNTP. USENET news control. Can be used to read and post news articles
                   and files through an easy to use interface. Writing a newsreader with this
                control is just a matter of a few lines of code. Custom search and retrieve agents
                are equally easy. [more...]

                   POP. Internet Post Office control. Used to access POP3 and POP2
                   servers. Easy retrieval of mail stored in Internet POP server accounts and
                other POP account management. [more...]

                   Rexec. Allows execution of commands remotely on a UNIX machine using
                   the rexec protocol (more secure than remote shell). Full support for the
                protocol, including error streams. [more...]

                   Rshell. Allows execution of commands remotely on a UNIX machine using
                   the remote shell mechanism. Full support for the protocol, including error
                streams. [more...]

                   SMTP. Used to send Internet Mail. The interface provides various degrees of
                   control to the programmer yet remains simple and very easy to use.
                Attached files and user-defined headers are supported in order to allow sending of
                MIME messages. [more...]

                   SNMP. An easy to use interface to the SNMP protocol. Create custom
                   Network Management applications with ease, or SNMP-enable your
                applications by adding an SNMP Agent interface with little or no effort. [more...]

                   SNPP. Send messages to alphanumeric pagers through standard Internet
                   Paging gateways. Designed with extensibility in mind, allowing for changes
                and variations in the protocol implementation. [more...]

                   Telnet. A programmer's interface to building a Telnet client. Facilitates
                   handling of Telnet commands and Telnet negotiation, allowing for effortless
                automation of remote Telnet processes. [more...]

                   UDPPort. Easy interface to UDP packet communications. Can be used to
                   build both clients and servers. UDP is the protocol of choice where speed is
                very important. The control is fully asynchronous, resulting in high performance, and
                conservation of system resources. [more...]