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Subject: Re: CIPE & VTun for Windows
From: Damion Wilson <dwilson,AT,ibl,DOT,bm>
Date: Tue, 22 Oct 2002 16:20:23 +0200
In-reply-to: <E7D41DF26971D51197F100B0D020EFF88DF257@kashmir.silverbacktech.com>

No, I am not familiar with what that service is supposed to accomplish. 
However, if all you're trying to do is make Windows NT (any of them) act as a 
router, you don't have to have the service to do it.

CIPE-Win32 has been tested as a router using multiple CIPE interfaces, peers 
and LAN connections. Furthermore, the CIPE-Win32 interfaces are themselves 
implemented as plain old Ethernet interfaces, complete with MAC addresses for 
both the local interfaces and any peers defined for them. Whatever 
capabilities that Windows provides for Ethernet interfaces should also apply 
to CIPE-Win32.

Hope that helps,


On Monday 21 October 2002 06:43 pm, you wrote:
> Damion,
> Any chance you are familar with Win2K Routing & Remote Access?  For some
> reason I cannot "see" the CIPE interface to the available interfaces for
> routing in Win2K.  I am able to use other virtual interfaces based on MS
> drivers.  Do you have any idea why the CIPE interface cannot take advantage
> of this Win2K feature?
> Joe

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