You, know, I haven't tried DHCP. It should work as long as the remote peer
is capable of forwarding DHCP requests/replies or answering them (i.e. it's
a DHCP server) directly. Normally, I'd expect that one would assign the
CIPE adapters static IP values.
Try this out:
i) Go into the registry and delete the keys
NT\CurrentVersion\NetworkCards\<n>] where <n> is an adapter number. Make
sure that these key belongs to CIPE adapters by looking at the value of
ProductName (it should say "CIPE")
I know I don't need to tell you to be careful in the registry...
ii) Delete the files c:\winnt\system32\cipsrvr.exe,
c:\winnt\system32\drivers\cipdrvr.sys, c:\winnt\system32\oemnadvp.inf and
c:\cipsrvr.exe (it shouldn't be there anyway)
iii) Restart your box. All of the CIPE stuff should be gone when it comes
back up. Reinstall from the distribution and contact me. If you've already
tried all this, then let me know and I'll start looking to see what changed
Damion K. Wilson
On Saturday, April 14, 2001 at 01:07:58 [ADT] James A. N. Stauffer wrote:
> With 2.0-pre8, I still get the BSOD(unhandled exception) when I start the
> service. I have a memory.dmp, but don't know how to interpret it.
> BTW, not to bug you with all of my errors, but this might be useful:
> When I go into Adapters -> Cipe -> Properties, a Win NT setup box comes
> asking for a directory (I give it the original install directory). It
> allows me to change the CIPE settings.
> When I try to remove the CIPE Adapter, I get "Unable to open
> (I had installed from C:\Cipe\2.0-pre8\disk1). Copying
> C:\Cipe\2.0-pre8\disk1\cipsrvr.exe to c:\cipsrvr.exe and pressing retry
> allows me to continue until I get an error about "Setup Script must end
> with an EXIT command"
> What should the TCP/IP settings be for the CIPE adapter? Is DHCP okay?
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