Ethernet Bridge not pass WSock connection`s through

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    DrEvil
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    I install 1.14 version driver on Windows 2000 PC with two Ehternet card – one by 3Com, one by Intel, âîth installed only as drivers, without any vendor software. One connection is to main network, one by direct link to win95 PC. Win95 PC, when connected directly to main network, work normal.

    When win95 PC connected via Ethernet bridge Win2000 PC, most network services work well, such as Windows network shares, DC Domain Logon, Neighbour browsing, DHCP support, named pipes, with acceptable perfomance. But many sock`s connections to main network, like remote desktop service, WWW, SQL Server via TCP/IP, Active Directory browsing, failured, both outgoing and incoming from/to Win95 PC beside bridge.

    For services hosted on ‘Bridge’ computer, applications from Win95 PC connects well.

    #5486
    Vadim Smirnov
    Moderator

    Ethernet Bridge is free and unsupported tool. There is no warranty that it will work any OS/hardware configuration.

    #5487
    DrEvil
    Participant

    I understand, what is ‘freeware’, but may be author of program take a look on subject.

    #5488
    DrEvil
    Participant

    I found soluition for my problem myself. To pass sock`s applications, on that machine with bridge running IP Forwarding must be enabled (IPEnableRouter in well-known place in Registry). Maybe, this information help for other users. Seems to be good idea include this solution to EthernetBridge page.

    #5489
    Superkuh
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    @DrEvil wrote:

    To pass sock`s applications, on that machine with bridge running IP Forwarding must be enabled (IPEnableRouter in well-known place in Registry). Maybe, this information help for other users. Seems to be good idea include this solution to EthernetBridge page.

    Indeed it did help. Thanks.

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