Quote:> i got lsp code from platform sdk(NOV.),but may be there are some bugs in
> code, the system can't online, when i installed the lsp.dll. i search the
> google , it said there have a new one,but i can't get it.
> pls hlp!!
http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/community/newsgroups/programmer_...Quote:> A few days ago ( July 4 ) Eric Sassaman [ MS ] announced new PSDK ( July
> 2002 ) , so I believe it's there ,
> OTOH you can look at mirror of this NG
> > i got lsp code from platform sdk(NOV.),but may be there are some bugs in
> > code, the system can't online, when i installed the lsp.dll. i search
> > google , it said there have a new one,but i can't get it.
> > pls hlp!!
I am still working what seems to the the latest version of the LSP. I got
my copy off this newsgroup courtesy of Anthony Jones' post June 6th. I
haven't had a lot of problems, as this version of the LSP has fixed a
variety of problems, including some that I also posted on this newsgroup as
feedback to the latest source. I am having problems when I try to install
the sample over Netsonic's LSP. The debugging information I have been able
to gather is: the sample LSP isn't at fault, but something screwy happens
when the sample tries to forward the WSPSocket call to Netsonic's LSP (since
I layered directly over it), I get a 10022 error, which error lookup
describes as "An invalid argument was supplied." To check all
possibilities, I tried to uninstall the sample and write a simple Winsock 2
application that uses WSASocket. The LPWSAPROTOCOL_INFOW struct I pass it
seems to work, but when the sample LSP uses the conventions set forth in
MSDN for WSPSocket under Layered Service Provider Considerations, it can't
even produce a socket. Is there a problem with the sample or Netsonic's
LSP. I need to use both the LSP and Netsonic, so uninstalling Netsonic is
not an option. Any advice on the matter will be greatly appreciated.
4. h2n problem