Monthly Archives: May 2010

Winsock LSP to work with other software

When you need your Winsock LSP to work with other software, you can feel inundated with complications.  This can be extremely frustrating.  Why go at this alone?  Use Komodia’s free LSP guide and resource page!  It is freely given for your information.

Winsock LSP can be used as a block where it is inserted in to the communication stream.  However, when you get frustrated in your project, you can get Winsock block just like a writer gets writer’s block.  Don’t let this stop you!


Vista Layered Service Provider Install

There can be any number of technical issues and potential problems during a Vista layered service provider install.  Is this something that you want to do all alone – without taking advantage of Komdia’s free Winsock LSP guide?  I think not.  When it comes to Vista and your LSP – or even if you need to rebuild LSP Vista.  Use Komodia as your free resource.


Install layered service provider

When you find yourself in a project that requires you to install layered service provider whether it is for work or school or just a personal project, you are going to want the best information available.  It does not matter if everything is running very smoothly or if you are having problems with LSP.  Komodia is your LSP resource.


What is lsp protocol?

What is LSP protocol?

What is Winsock provider?

If you are asking yourself these questions, you have come to the best place on the net for your answers.  Komodia offers a free Winsock LSP guide and a multifaceted resource page with an enormous amount of free LSP information.  This site is a leader in layered service provider information.


How To Write An LSP

Microsoft gives you samples to use, but this will not necessarily teach you how to write an LSP.  Furthermore, you need to be absolutely certain that an LSP is your answer.  Winsock LSP is generally used when you want to change stream level communication. An LSP will receive the TCP stream completely assembled. To change or modify the stream at this level is very difficult, but can be done with LSP.  Komodia is the best resource when you are asking yourself, “How do I write a Layered Server Protocol?”


Layered Service Protocol

Layered Service Provider (LSP – and sometimes referred to as Layered Service Protocol) is a DLL using the Winsock API to insert your code in to the communication stack.  The LSP can then read, intercept, and/or modify this Internet traffic.  Whether you find LSP as Layered Service Provider or Layered Service Protocol, they are referring to the same thing.


Install LSP on Windows 7 64 bit

When you are going to install LSP on windows 7 64 bit, it is vital to understand that you have two separate running applications – 32-bit and 64-bit.  These both load the compatible DLL.  Therefore, the 32-bit application loads a 32-bit LSP and the same is true with the 64-bit.  This installed layered service provider is specific.  The windows 7 OS maintains both kinds of catalogs and if you want to support the 64-bit platform you must install both (32 and 64-bit) versions of your LSP (using a specific installer for each).


Winsock inject

Winsock layered service provider (LSP) is going to make it possible to block, inspect, and/or modify network calls.  This is accomplished through a Winsock inject.  Winsock LSP enables you to inject your code between the user network calls and the actual Winsock Application Programming Interface (API).

When you check LSP Winsock documentation online, you will find that there is next to nothing available.  That is a need that we have endeavored to meet by providing the free Winsock LSP Guide.