Yes, Windows XP Service Pack 2 removed raw socket support from Microsoft's winsock. Cygwin uses winsock, so unless you plan on changing cygwin itself, don't bother trying to compile winpcap in it. Winpcap can send raw packets natively, and I actually think it's cleaner than the winsock method for raw packets.
As Mark said it's not a raw socket. There are good examples in winpcap's developer pack. See the sendcap and TestPacketSend examples. One caution is TestPacketSend was written to interface to the packet driver library directly (packet.dll), which can change from release to release. Sendcap uses wpcap.dll which should be more fixed across releases. -hadriel -----Original Message----- From: Mark Pizzolato [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2005 1:08 AM To: email@example.com Subject: Re: [WinPcap-users] Problem with making winpcap under cygwin 5) Apart from that, if you are really interested in messing with RAW sockets (and not interested in packet capture), there is some amount of raw socket support provided by the windows environment in this area, but this support is somewhat different than what you might find on other platforms, AND it is also not likely to work at all under cygwin, and must be done with admin privs and might be somewhat crippled in later versions of WinXP. See msdn.microsoft.com for some details. ================================================================== This is the WinPcap users list. It is archived at http://firstname.lastname@example.org/ To unsubscribe use mailto: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ==================================================================