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This article describes the Microsoft Internet Protocol Routing Information Protocol (IPRIP) Listener tool for Windows 98.
Transport Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) is a routable network protocol supported by Windows 98. If Internet Protocol (IP) cannot find a computer on the local segment of its network (and it has no information about the location of the other computer), it forwards the remote IP address to the default gateway for IP address resolution.
The IPRIP Listener tool for Windows 98 is designed to provide information about the location of computers located on other subnetworks. IPRIP Listener reads Routing Information Protocol (RIP) packets sent by RIP version 1.0 routers to build a host-level route table. This table is used to forward IP packets to the subnetwork or remote host.
Installing IPRIP ListenerTo install IPRIP Listener, follow these steps:
File name Installed in ---------------------------- Iprip.exe C:\Windows Routeb1.dll C:\Windows Trace.dll C:\Windows Iprip.inf C:\Windows\Inf
Article ID: 194464 - Last Review: January 23, 2007 - Revision: 1.2