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Pearpc 0.4 Network

Tue Apr 14, 2009 12:47 pm

Hi

Thank you
Thanks for the tips, my installation is ok but the network is not working this with the following messages.


[TAP-WIN32]: Enumerating TAP devices...
main() caught exception: Could not locate any installed TAP-WIN32
devices.

My card is a RTL 8139, it installed and running on Windows

thanks for now.

Tue Apr 14, 2009 1:10 pm

Post a copy of your config file to help us solve your problem...

Tue Apr 14, 2009 1:59 pm

Hi,

I understand you have a real realtek 8139 network card in your computer?
PearPC will not use that. It will use a TAP device network adapter you can install as part of the OPENVPN package and pretent to use a fake realtek 8139 in OSX.

http://openvpn.net/release/openvpn-2.0.9-install.exe

Please take care to only install the tap device during installation.

The error you reported should then be history. Further configuration should be done: you should use Internet Connection Sharing with the TAP device on your real network card in Windows and you should configure Mac OSX networking, but first thing first.

Best,
Cat_7

Fri Apr 17, 2009 10:54 am

Hi

Work fine,I understood that to be not just a card realtec,openvpn installed and it worked but now the problem is that I can not connect to internet in my mac emulation, my connection is PPPoE, I have made several attempts but not the right.


Thanks

Sun Apr 19, 2009 6:26 am

Does the connection in OSX show a green button in front of it?

Cat_7

Mon Apr 20, 2009 2:24 am

Yes,in the connection in OSX show a green button , witch ip 192.168.0.69
e router 192.168.0.1 but an example of I can ping the ip of the router which is 192.168.1.1 but that does not connect in internet.I shared lan of the host but don´t work.

Mon Apr 20, 2009 4:59 am

In a terminal window, you can try to stop and start your connection in OSX:
give these three commands:

sudo ifconfig en0 down (you have to enter your administrator password after this)
sudo ifconfig en0 up
sudo route add default 192.168.0.1 (this should be your router ip address)


Saludos,
Cat_7

Mon Apr 20, 2009 10:30 am

I finally understand this comic:

http://xkcd.com/149/

Re: Pearpc 0.4 Network

Sun Sep 16, 2018 12:30 pm

How do I configure Internet Connection Sharing in Windows? I have searched both Control Panel and the Start Menu, but all that comes up is "Diagnose Internet Connection problems". Also, In my virtual Mac, it does not connect to the Internet at all (I think the virtual Mac can't see the adapter?) The virtual Mac OS X version is Mac OS X 10.2.

Re: Pearpc 0.4 Network

Mon Sep 17, 2018 6:59 am

Hi,

I don know how far you already got in getting networking going in 10.2

10.2 requires that you install the 3com network card driver. You can find it on an iso here:
http://pearpc.sourceforge.net/downloads ... sw-pkg.iso

I'm not sure whether ICS will work to get the network going. In any case, you first need to install the OpenVPN tap driver. Please make sure to only install the tap driver, not all the rest of OpenVPN.
In the pearpc config file, you then need to enable the 3com card (installed=1).

ICS in windows 10 is done through the properties of the network card itself:
Right click the start button, click network connections. Click Network and Sharing Center.
Then click Change Adapter settings. You will then find the network connections your PC uses. Right click the local area connection and select Properties. Then at the Sharing tab, select "Allow other....." and select the tap device to share the connection.

Windows 7 follows the same path, except you have to get to the network connections through the control panel.

Best,
Cat_7

Re: Pearpc 0.4 Network

Thu Sep 27, 2018 7:34 pm

Hello Cat_7,

your had written:
ICS in windows 10 is done through the properties of the network card itself:
Right click the start button, click network connections. Click Network and Sharing Center.
Then click Change Adapter settings. You will then find the network connections your PC uses. Right click the local area connection and select Properties. Then at the Sharing tab, select "Allow other....." and select the tap device to share the connection.

Windows 7 follows the same path, except you have to get to the network connections through the control panel


I have Windows 7 64 bit.
I installed the newest Version of TAP device network adapter and only installed the Adapter as you sad.
If I go to "System" and look for the installed Diveces, I can see the Network TAP Card.

There is LAN1 and LAN2 Connects.
LAN1 is the one I use and LAN2 the one for TAP.
LAN2 is shown as not connected, because it is not connected to the Cable.

Please give me a Advise to solve the Problem so I can go on.

Regards, maclinux
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