Posts Tagged ‘LSP’

Are You Having Layered Service Provider Issues?

Friday, June 25th, 2010

When having layered service provider issues, it is great to know that a tool like Komodia.com is available as an invaluable resource.  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.  For every problem that you cannot solve, Komodia will have an answer.

Chris

What is Layered Service Protocol?

Monday, June 7th, 2010

Layered Service Protocol is another lesser used acronym for LSP and is often used interchangeably with Layered Service Provider.  LSP is simply a DLL using Winsock APIs to place itself inside the communication stack.  Once it is there, it can interact with the communication by reading, intercepting, and even modifying the data.

There are so many things that can be done with LSP.  You can do anything from simply tracking bugs to redirecting winsock sockets.  The sky is the limit with LSP.

Chris

Winsock Samples & Layered Service Provider Issues

Sunday, May 30th, 2010

It can be great to use the Winsock samples that are provided in the SDK\samples directory.  However, for every plus there is a minus and the minus here is the potential errors that can arise.  If you are having Winsock layered service provider issues, it MAY be related to the use of Winsock samples.  Check out the free Winsock LSP resource page here on Komodia.com.

Chris

Winsock Tracing

Saturday, May 29th, 2010

A feature that is supported on Windows Vista is Winsock tracing.  It may be enabled with retail binaries to trace socket events without a heavy overhead.  The purpose for this addition to retail tracing to Winsock is in order to make better capabilities for developers available.  Be sure to check out Komodia’s free LSP Winsock guide.

Chris

How To Determine If You Are Using LSP

Friday, May 28th, 2010

Komodia is THE source online for all your Winsock LSP questions.  It does not matter if you are looking for how to write LSP or even how to determine if you are using LSP, this is the place to be.  Komodia has a free LSP resource page and a free Winsock LSP guide.

Chris

LSP Issue

Thursday, May 27th, 2010

Whatever the problem that you are having (LSP problem, Winsock problem), Komodia.com is the place to turn for your answers.  When it comes an LSP issue, Komodia’s free LSP guide is the #1 resource on the Internet.  Feel free to sign up for Barak’s free LSP tips, watch the LSP video, and use the LSP resource page.

Chris

Layered Service Provider Development

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

Whether a beginner or a seasoned programmer – from newbie to guru – when it comes to layered service provider development, we can ALL use some help from time to time.  The most seasoned windows layered service provider lsp driver developer can hit a snag.  The communication stream only needs to run across one small ripple to send your work into turmoil.  Always remember that Komodia’s free guide on layered service provider development is only one click away!

Chris

Vista Layered Service Provider Problem

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

I know that it can be frustrating when you are trying to create a LSP project for XP, Vista, and Windows 7.  You might as well be starting over for each OS.  If you encounter a Vista layered service provider problem, the answer can be found in Barak’s free LSP guide.  This is the best resource on the net to fix LSP issues for Vista (and all other OS for that matter).

Chris

What is lsp protocol?

Thursday, May 20th, 2010

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.

Chris

Layered Service Protocol

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010

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.

Chris