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Supporting VLAN for Mac OS X using TunTapOSX #10

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@nattoheaven nattoheaven commented Jan 14, 2014

In Linux, SoftEther can make virtual NICs using TUN/TAP, and it cannot in OS X. I have wanted to use virtual NICs with TunTapOSX which is the most famous TUN/TAP implementation for OS X (http://tuntaposx.sourceforge.net/).

So I have written a patch implementing virtual NICs based on TunTapOSX. After configure-ing, you can command "make NO_VLAN=" and build the SoftEther software using TunTapOSX.

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dnobori commented Jan 16, 2014

Thank you! We are going to verify your code in order to avoid potential problems. After our verification will complete, we will commit it.

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Supporting VLAN for Mac OS X using TunTapOSX
@dnobori dnobori merged commit cdd4540 into SoftEtherVPN:master Feb 5, 2014
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dnobori commented Feb 5, 2014

Thank you so much for your contribution to enrich the SoftEther VPN source code.

Your patch has been merged on the main source-tree of SoftEther VPN.

As a token of our gratitude, your GitHub username has been added on the AUTHORS.TXT file and on the header of the related source file.
Please see: https://github.com/SoftEtherVPN/SoftEtherVPN/blob/master/AUTHORS.TXT

Thanks again for your contribution.

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nattoheaven commented Feb 5, 2014

Thank you for your merging my patch to your SoftEther source tree.

When I would recognize what more I could help you, could I contribute you? I wish your softwares get more useful to help more users.

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dnobori commented Feb 6, 2014

Of course!

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