Posts Tagged ‘free LSP guide’

LSP Problem, Winsock Problem

Friday, June 25th, 2010

An LSP problem is a Winsock (Windows Sockets) problem.  There is no way to have an LSP problem without a Winsock problem – they are pretty much attached at the hip.  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.  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.  There are also several free LSP samples also.  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.  It is in your best interests to download the guide now while it is still free!

Chris

Free LSP Guide on Komodia

Thursday, June 24th, 2010

Ok, folks, here is the real deal:  the free LSP guide is about to be extinct.  Komodia is turning the free LSP guide into a book that will be sold on the site.  Now, there is absolutely no reason not to get your free LSP guide today – and every reason to hurry.

What happens the next time that you have to search for “install layered service provider” only to find out that the number 1 free resource is no longer free?

What happens the next time you need assistance in winsock tracing and the free LSP resource page is gone?

Don’t be rediculous!  Get your guide today!

Chris

The Vista Layered Service Provider Problem

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

Vista can be a bit of an LSP nightmare because of the potential snafu regarding the 32 bit and 64 bit versions.  It is such a headache that I have officially decided to give it a title:  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.  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.  However, you ALSO need the 64 bit DLLs and LSP for the 64 bit applications.  One important note, you must install the 32 bit versions first.

This should effectively solve a majority of the problems and fix LSP issues for Vista.  However, if you are having other problems like Vista LSP can’t connect to Internet or communication problems, then you may need more detailed help.  I would definitely check out the free LSP guide and resource page here at Komodia.com before going any further.

Chris

Redirecting Winsock Sockets

Saturday, June 5th, 2010

Talk about a Winsock stress test!  Redirecting Winsock sockets can send anyone to the mental institution!  It can really be a challenge.  There are so many little things that can go wrong – so many minor details.  In LSP how to inject to running process can be tricky as well.  That is why I cannot recommend the free LSP guide enough.  Komodia’s free LSP resource page and video is a must for anyone struggling with LSP issues.

Chris

Windows Transparent Proxy LSP

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

If you wish to set up a transparent proxy for Windows, Komodia.com is the place you want to be.  Windows transparent proxy LSP is, of course, a Komodia specialty.  That is not really saying much as all things LSP are Komodia specialties.  Do you want to know more about layered service provider check on windows?  Well, that’s a Komodia specialty as well.  Check out Komodia’s free LSP guide and free LSP resource page.

Chris

Winsock IFS Driver

Monday, May 31st, 2010

What is Winsock IFS driver?

There are two different versions of Winsock LSP: IFS & non IFS. Generally most LSPs are non IFS – including the products of Komodia.com. Non IFS LSPs actually change the socket handle to create a non valid Windows IFS handle. IFS LSPs do not do this, they keep the socket handle, which makes it possible for the LSP to use only the functions it intercepts.

For more information regarding the Winsock IFS driver, please see the free LSP guide.

Chris