"Damion Wilson" <dwilson,AT,ibl,DOT,bm>|
"Russell Berry" <russ,AT,berrex,DOT,com>|
Fri, 27 Jun 2003 10:55:08 -0400|
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I apologize if I offended you in some way, I assure you that was not my
intention. My personal experience with win/cipe has had limited success. I
love linux-linux cipe tunnels, as they are they only VPN that will hold up
on a two way satellite connection for a sustainted period of time. The
problems I've experienced with Windows range from blue screens to
non-specific network failures while using that cipe adapter/service. I cut
my teeth on C back in the days of K&R when unix wasn't kewl, so I'm aware of
the portability issues, or the lack thereof I should say.
I feel that we need a platform independent way of implementing cipe, and I
only use the term proxy in the literal sense. Maybe I should term it 'proxy
routing'. I admit I haven't read every line of cipe code, time doesn't
permit me such luxuries anymore, so I have to make the assumption that such
an implementation would link into the network protocol stacks a different
way than creating a cipe adapter and I don't even know if there is a way to
create a virtual adapter with java, or other more portable languages.
So if you will indulge me, I'll re-state my question this way; Is a portable
language version feasible, and if so how might the bindings to an 'network
adapter' take place?
Berrex Computer Solutions
----- Original Message -----
From: "Damion Wilson" <dwilson,AT,ibl,DOT,bm>
To: "Russell Berry" <russ,AT,berrex,DOT,com>
Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2003 11:13 PM
Subject: Re: java
> There's only the one implementation and I'm acutely aware of the problems
> keep and have reviewed each of the pertinent emails. However, I'm not
> of the problems you perceive and am not particularly clear as to how they
> could be solved by Java or a proxy (?).
> My question was not to find out what's on the mailing list, it was to find
> what YOU consider to be problematic, in an effort to make the software
> better, or to simply help you out. This is the way of Free/Open Source
> Since you're averse to questions, I promise not ask you any more of them.
> Damion K. Wilson
> On Thursday 26 June 2003 06:55 pm, you wrote:
> > Well, I've been following this list for a number of years now, I've seen
> > extensive messages about problems with windows implementations. I know
> > you've seen the same posts I have, so how about not answering a question
> > with a question and just address the message I posted?
> > ---russ
> > Russell Berry
> > Berrex Computer Solutions
> > http://www.berrex.com
> > Russ,AT,berrex,DOT,com
> > 1-877-558-9507
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Damion Wilson" <dwilson,AT,ibl,DOT,bm>
> > To: "Russell Berry" <russ,AT,berrex,DOT,com>
> > Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2003 4:25 PM
> > Subject: Re: java
> > > What kinds of obstacles ?
> > >
> > > DKW
> > >
> > > On Thursday 26 June 2003 11:54 am, Russell Berry wrote:
> > > > I was wondering if anyone has contemplated a java/proxy version of
> > > > cipe.
> > I
> > > > think it may overcome many obstacles faced by MS Windows users.
> > > >
> > > > ---russ
> > > >
> > > > Russell Berry
> > > > Berrex Computer Solutions
> > > > http://www.berrex.com
> > > > Russ,AT,berrex,DOT,com
> > > > 1-877-558-9507
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