There are truly so many questions regarding LSP (Layered Service Provider) and Winsock (Windows Sockets).Â Just because you have questions does not mean that you are an LSP newbie either!Â Even the most experienced LSP developers have problems from time to time.
It is for this reason – Winsock LSP questions – that so many people visit Komodia.com every day.Â Komodia is THE LSP resource on the Internet.Â When you have an LSP problem, Komodia is going to have an LSP solution!
An LSP problem is a Winsock (Windows Sockets) problem.Â There is no way to have an LSP problem without a Winsock problem – they are pretty much attached at the hip.Â LSP problem, Winsock problem.
So when you run into layer service provider development issues, you generally want to goto the Internet to help you find a solution.Â This is how many, many people find Komodia.com each and every day.
For your LSP needs, there is a free LSP guide and a free LSP resource page.Â There are also several free LSP samples also.Â This site really is an amazing LSP tool.
However, do take note that the LSP guide is eventually going to become a book that will be available for sale on this Komodia.com.Â It is in your best interests to download the guide now while it is still free!
When having layered service provider issues, it is great to know that a tool like Komodia.com is available as an invaluable resource.Â There is the free LSP guide and the free LSP resource page and the free LSP newsletter.
A problem installed LSP can seem like the loneliest problem in the world, but there is help available and it is only a click away.Â For every problem that you cannot solve, Komodia will have an answer.
Ok, folks, here is the real deal:Â the free LSP guide is about to be extinct.Â Komodia is turning the free LSP guide into a book that will be sold on the site.Â Now, there is absolutely no reason not to get your free LSP guide today – and every reason to hurry.
Vista can be a bit of an LSP nightmare because of the potential snafu regarding the 32 bit and 64 bit versions.Â It is such a headache that I have officially decided to give it a title:Â The Vista Layered Service Provider Problem.
The catch is that some people are only installing the 32 bit DLLs and the 32 bit LSP on a 64 bit OS and then other people are only installing the 64 bit DLLs and the 64 bit LSP.Â The fact of the matter is that in order to run a 32 bit application n a 64 bit OS, you need the 32 bit DLLs and LSP.Â However, you ALSO need the 64 bit DLLs and LSP for the 64 bit applications.Â One important note, you must install the 32 bit versions first.
Are you looking for the firewall source code in Vista?Â What if I told you that you could have a LSP enabled firewall without writing any code?Â Komodia’s Redirector is your true firewall source for Vista because the work is already accomplished for you.Â Why spend so many hours on a firewall when it has already been done by Komodia?Â Would not your time be better spent on other areas?Â I believe so.Â I think that you would appreciate the power and time-saving ease of Komodia’s Redirector – and it cannot hurt to check it out!
It is just amazing to me how popular 64 bit operating systems have become lately.Â It can cause LSP problems with Vista and 64 bit Windows Socket APIs.Â Obviously, when you want to install LSP on a 64 bit operating system, you will need to install a 64 bit LSP.Â Even when running on a 64 bit operating system, any 32 bit application will load both the DLLs and LSP in 32 bit.Â Therefore, you must first install the 32 bit LSP.
When you are running a 64 bit application, it will load the DLLs and LSP in 64 bit.Â Both (32 & 64) LSP stacks areÂ kept and used by the 64 bit operating system – so you are going to need both 32 & 64 installers.Â Remember to always install the 32 bit LSP first before the 64 bit LSP.
Friends, let’s be honest, there is NO easy way to write an LSP application on your own. An accurate figure that I have seen recently is 3 months; it takes 3 months to write an LSP application on your own.
Now, I am not saying that this is impossible or even that you should not do it. I am just saying that layer service provider development is difficult and not to be taken lightly.
Fortunately for you and me, when we want to learn how to write LSP, there is a resource like Komodia available.