03-30-2009 10:08 PM - last edited on 05-12-2009 5:47 PM by Helmsman
I can't really explain why it does what it does, except describe the results. Watcher reinstalls the modem drivers of the card. That may have something to do with it. The tools to connect are different. and I'm positive that connections are not bottlenecked in Sierra as they are in ACM. All I can say is check it out and see for yourself.
Again this is surprising because the Sierra drivers that are included with ACM are only a point release ahead of those with ACM. As for the bottleneck, I don't know what you mean. Both applications use the NDIS interface and as I stated earlier, each one only monitors the telemetry coming from the device. Personally, I have tested it and have never seen this issue. If you can reproduce, I'd love to see some Wireshark logs.
Hey mods, might be time to move this to the tethering board. We stopped talking about BB midway through page two.
Please stay on topic or start a new thread in Tethering boards
05-12-2009 5:02 PM
05-12-2009 5:19 PM
05-15-2009 4:26 PM - edited 05-15-2009 4:28 PM
Good news: Windows 7100 RC has the "Windows XP Mode" virtualization integrated with Windows 7. I tested it by installing ACM, and I was able to acess the internet through the XPM in Windows 7.
Not exactly an ideal solution for everyone, but it works until there is a Windows 7 compatible client released.
05-26-2009 1:18 PM - edited 05-26-2009 1:19 PM
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