2c_OffloadIPSecFunctional WHQL test failed in x64bit XP

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Drivers' started by lukaha, Apr 19, 2006.

  1. lukaha

    lukaha Guest

    I am developing firewall NIC for my company. It can pass WHQL for x32bit XP,
    2003. But it’s filed in 2c_OffloadIPSecFunctional in x64bit XP, 2003.
    I don’t have any idea to fix this problem?

    Thanks

    Any suggestion would be greately appreciated

    The error message is below:

    Variation #741 Receive path error handling test.
    IpSecOpen
    - OpenInstanceHandle
    - Handle = 00000000001DD610
    Transport SAs:
    (IP Security Security Association) =>
    Src Addr/Mask/Port : 0xa010101 / 0xffffffff / 0x0
    Dst Addr/Mask/Port : 0xa020102 / 0xffffffff / 0x0
    Protocol : 0x0
    Src Tunnel / Dest Tunnel Addr : 0x0 / 0x0
    Flags:
    Transport
    Inbound
    AH
    AH MD5
    =========================================

    (IP Security Security Association) =>
    Src Addr/Mask/Port : 0xa020102 / 0xffffffff / 0x0
    Dst Addr/Mask/Port : 0xa010101 / 0xffffffff / 0x0
    Protocol : 0x0
    Src Tunnel / Dest Tunnel Addr : 0x0 / 0x0
    Flags:
    Transport
    Outbound
    AH
    AH MD5
    =========================================

    IpSecOpen request not supported
    FAILED: [21957] IpSecOpen failed locally.
    It's possible that this combo is not supported, skipping this combo.



    Variation #742 ESPTransportFound
    IpSecOpen
    - OpenInstanceHandle
    - Handle = 00000000001DD610
    Transport SAs:
    (IP Security Security Association) =>
    Src Addr/Mask/Port : 0xa010101 / 0xffffffff / 0x0
    Dst Addr/Mask/Port : 0xa020102 / 0xffffffff / 0x0
    Protocol : 0x0
    Src Tunnel / Dest Tunnel Addr : 0x0 / 0x0
    Flags:
    Transport
    Inbound
    ESP
    ESP MD5
    ESP DES
    =========================================

    (IP Security Security Association) =>
    Src Addr/Mask/Port : 0xa020102 / 0xffffffff / 0x0
    Dst Addr/Mask/Port : 0xa010101 / 0xffffffff / 0x0
    Protocol : 0x0
    Src Tunnel / Dest Tunnel Addr : 0x0 / 0x0
    Flags:
    Transport
    Outbound
    ESP
    ESP MD5
    ESP DES
    =========================================

    IpSecOpen request not supported
    FAILED: [21963] IpSecOpen failed locally.
    It's possible that this combo is not supported, skipping this combo
     
    lukaha, Apr 19, 2006
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  2. Your IM's upper edge must declare itself as not supporting offload by
    responding to OIDs properly.
     
    Maxim S. Shatskih, Apr 19, 2006
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  3. lukaha

    lukaha Guest

    I write Miniport driver and My NIC hardware have IPsec offload support. How
    can I let my IM's upper edge to declare not supporting offload? Why does
    WinXp 32bit not have this issue and WinXp 64bit have?

    Thanks

     
    lukaha, Apr 19, 2006
    #3
  4. You should connect a debugger or some tool like DebugView that can make
    debug output visible.

    See the following article (somewhat outdated but still useful I guess):

    http://www.wd-3.com/archive/NDISTest.htm
    [in particular see section "What else do I need?"]

    Stephan
     
    Stephan Wolf [MVP], Apr 20, 2006
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