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April 5, 2023 at 12:53 pm in reply to: CPU Usage on 10GB test #12943
I’ve sent you a download link via email for the recent source code corresponding to version 3.4.2. If you have any additional questions or require further clarification, please don’t hesitate to ask.April 5, 2023 at 12:13 pm in reply to: How to disallow the Microsoft Store Netflix app? #12941
Microsoft Store Applications can be somewhat challenging to identify, as they operate within host processes. This makes pinpointing their activities more complex compared to traditional desktop applications.
When I have some spare time, I will conduct further research to explore potential methods for identifying these applications more effectively.April 5, 2023 at 12:10 pm in reply to: Arp response issues #12940
Apologies for any confusion. To clarify, the SendPacketToAdapter function provides the capability to send any arbitrary Ethernet frame to the network, regardless of its content or structure. This includes both well-formed packets and those that are malformed or contain pure garbage. If the adapter handle is correct, you can have confidence that the packet was successfully transmitted to the intended destination.
If the packet was not received by the destination host, it is recommended that you verify the packet’s correctness. Errors in the packet structure, content, or addressing information may cause it to be dropped or not processed by the receiving host. Ensure that the packet adheres to the relevant protocol specifications and that all required fields are correctly populated.April 5, 2023 at 11:58 am in reply to: CPU Usage on 10GB test #12939
Thank you for the update. I recently responded to your email. As mentioned, I want to further test several modifications, including the new driver registry parameter designed to expand the internal driver packet pool without rebuilding the driver.
I am also working on a project that necessitates the efficient transfer of packets over high-speed 10 Gbps interfaces. Consequently, I plan to rigorously assess this build in the coming days, confirming its reliability and compatibility before proceeding with an official release.
If you require the updated version urgently, I can supply you with the latest code snapshot from the repository.April 4, 2023 at 10:17 pm in reply to: CPU Usage on 10GB test #12936
Could you please test this experimental build?
P.S. Please note to download v3.4.2, I had to fix the link.April 4, 2023 at 9:18 am in reply to: CPU Usage on 10GB test #12933
Thank you for providing the details. I will conduct some research and keep you informed.April 3, 2023 at 11:36 am in reply to: CPU Usage on 10GB test #12929
Have you confirmed whether your system utilizes jumbo frames when the Windows Packet Filter option is unchecked or the driver was uninstalled?
I have conducted tests on the Windows Packet Filter over a 10 Gbit network and did not observe any significant performance degradation solely from enabling the driver. It’s important to note that the test system was quite powerful, equipped with an E-2378G processor and Broadcom P210tep NetXtreme network interfaces. Furthermore, even when running a test packet filtering application with minimal output (such as dnstrace), the bandwidth was not substantially affected.
Would you mind sharing your hardware configuration, so we can make a rough comparison?April 3, 2023 at 10:41 am in reply to: Seeking Assistance with DNS Suffix Configuration in WireSock Client #12928
Firstly, I want to thank you for your kind words and appreciation of our work on WireSock! It’s always great to hear that our project is helpful to users like you. I understand that you are trying to use WireSock as a client to access your work’s internal network and need to configure a DNS suffix for the adapter.
From the information you’ve provided, it seems like you’ve managed to find a workaround using PowerShell. While this method works for now, I can see how having a more seamless integration with WireSock would be beneficial. I’ll be sure to do some research and look into potential solutions or improvements to better support the DNS suffix configuration in WireSock. In particular, in instances where it is available (Windows 10 and later), SetInterfaceDnsSettings could potentially be utilized. For earlier versions of Windows, similar functionality may be achievable by manipulating the Windows registry.
Again, thank you for your feedback and for sharing your experience with us. Your input is invaluable in helping us improve our project for all users.March 30, 2023 at 10:46 am in reply to: Failed to figure out route to VPN server error #12922
I will look into adding support for your configuration when I have some free time, hopefully during the upcoming weekend.March 30, 2023 at 10:45 am in reply to: CPU Usage on 10GB test #12921
It’s great to see that you’re testing the driver performance over a 10GB network.
Exploring multithreading is a good approach, as it can help distribute the load across multiple CPU cores and potentially improve performance. For example, in a project I encountered, packets were read by one thread, processed by two additional threads (one for incoming and another for outgoing), and injected into the stack by a fourth thread.
To provide more specific suggestions and help optimize your code, it would be helpful to see a code snippet demonstrating how you’re reading and re-injecting packets per operation. The more data you read from the driver in a single call, the better performance you can achieve. For instance, if you’re currently reading 256 packets per operation, you might try increasing this value to 1024 and see if it improves the results.March 28, 2023 at 7:18 pm in reply to: Failed to figure out route to VPN server error #12914
Thank you for reaching out regarding the issue you’re experiencing with Wiresock in your restricted network environment.
Please note that Wiresock does not support using localhost IP (127.0.0.1) as an endpoint. I recommend trying to specify the real local IP address instead of 127.0.0.1 for the WireGuard config endpoint.
However, I must mention that I am not certain if this change will work out-of-the-box, and some code adjustments may be necessary to ensure proper functionality of local redirectMarch 12, 2023 at 12:36 am in reply to: Про Linux . #12859
К сожалению Wiresock поддерживает только на Windows.March 7, 2023 at 12:34 pm in reply to: debug wiresock and dns #12857
If you encounter any issues, we recommend first trying to start the application/service with the ‘-log-level all’ command line parameter. If running the application, this will output the debug log to the console and save processed packets into PCAP files for analysis.
The method to bypass the Egyps wireguard vpn blocking won’t work any more,I just tested it.
The post was created over a year ago, so the situation may have changed since then and I am unable to verify if the information is still accurate.March 2, 2023 at 9:19 pm in reply to: wiresock vpn gateway new error #12853
BTW,is it any quick method or tools to detect if the ISP blocks UDP or not,since some ISP may block the UDP protocol so wireguard won’t work at all.It would be nice to do so before to install wireguard.
One possible solution to test whether UDP is blocked or not is to use performance measurement tools such as iperf3. These tools can help to determine if there are any issues with network performance that could be impacting the use of UDP. By conducting these tests prior to installing Wireguard, you can proactively identify any potential issues and take appropriate steps to address them.March 2, 2023 at 9:12 pm in reply to: wiresock vpn gateway new error #12852
It’s Windows Server 2016 X64
It is peculiar, but configuring the Network Category to Private can be beneficial, although it is not required.