Will anyone volunteer to compile, link, and post the executable for LLTD (so that DTiVo's will show up in a Windows Vista Network Map)?
The source is available at http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/rally/rallykit.mspx
I was interested in trying it on my DTiVo's (four of them in two locations with a VPN link), but I have no facility to compile/link for MIPS/Linux. The MS web site implies that this is all that is required...
Here's 2 binaries compiled from the source you linked. A simple edit to the native-linux/Makefile was all that was needed. They appear to run fine on my Tosh SD-H400 though I don't have any personal use for them or a way to test them fully.
Code:DVD_TiVo#[/var] $ ./lld2d lld2d: error: missing INTERFACE name argument usage: lld2d [-d] [-t TRACELEVEL] INTERFACE [WIRELESS-IF] Runs a link-layer topology discovery daemon on INTERFACE (eg eth0) -d : don't background, and log moderate tracing to stdout (debug mode) -t TRACELEVEL : select tracing by adding together: 0x01 : BAND network load control calculations 0x02 : packet dump of protocol exchange 0x04 : Charge mechanism for protection against denial of service 0x08 : system information TLVs (type-length-value) 0x10 : State-Machine transitions for smS, smE, and smT 0x20 : Qos/qWave extensionsCode:DVD_TiVo#[/var] $ ./lld2test lld2test: no interface-name argument; 'eth0' assumed. Sending Discover-packet... uutMAC is 00:00:00:00:00:00 =======================
Last edited by jt1134; 02-19-2008 at 02:17 AM.
ERROR: osl_interface_open: open eth0 failed: Address family not supported by protocol
I'm part way through setting up Cygwin, so I'll try building them here and then see if I can track the error down.
Both Upnp and LLDT devices show up in the network browser if MicroSoftized. Not to be a downer, but it will show up, but I doubt you will be able to anything with it.
Even a Upnp server has to be Microsoftized (It has to export a certain folder structure and support MS's security extensions) to be usable in Vista.