Phil Scarratt <fil,AT,draxsen,DOT,com>,"James Yonan" <jim,AT,yonan,DOT,net>|
Re: TAP device driver for Win32|
Damion Wilson <dwilson,AT,ibl,DOT,bm>|
Thu, 12 Jun 2003 11:46:12 -0300|
I mentioned this to the TUN/TAP guys like three years ago. There appeared to
be some interest but it quickly disappeared.
The driver is structured to be completely generic, i.e. there is no CIPE
specific processing going on in the driver. There are certain behaviours
that the usermode bit must support because the devices are emulated
Ethernet devices. Thing like MAC and ARP processing must be handled
There is no CVS. The source is the most up to date source. The device driver
is very settled code with the one major issue being the suspend/hibernate
On Thursday 12 June 2003 06:29 am, Phil Scarratt wrote:
> From what I can tell, and maybe I should let DKW answer:
> 1) Stable enough. Still somewhat of a BSOD problem under certain
> circumstances - not a huge issue.
> 2) Yes it does work on XP
> 3) No idea.
> James Yonan wrote:
> > I've been a lurker on this list for a while, and I'm very interested in
> > porting the cipe-win32 kernel driver into a standalone TAP (and/or TUN)
> > driver like those found on Linux, *BSD, etc.
> > I have a few questions on the cipe-win32 kernel driver:
> > (1) How stable is is?
> > (2) The web site says it doesn't work on XP. Is this still the case?
> > What's required to make it work on XP?
> > (3) Is there a CVS or somewhere else to get the latest development
> > release? (I see a CVS repository on sourceforge, but it's empty.)
> > Thanks,
> > James Yonan
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