You also typically need hardware traffic shaping to meet IEEE 1722
timing requirements (it works a lot like FireWire or USB isochronous).
The vast majority of Ethernet adapters are not AVB-capable.
On 7/10/2017 5:48 AM, Tom Eckert wrote:
WinPcap gets you most of the way there. PTP requires hardware timestamps on the ethernet packets.
On 7/9/2017 3:14 AM, uwekirst wrote:
AVB/TSN is blocked by Windows, you have to install WinPcap. It's on OSI Layer 2.
On Jul 8, 2017, at 7:42 AM, Support HpW-Works.com <http://HpW-Works.com> <support@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:support@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
How are the plans to support AVB (Network Audio/Video) by Microsoft😃
Any know timescale😃as already supported by Mac OS…
How is it supported on the Mac? Isn't this almost exclusively an application-level protocol? How does the operating system get involved?
Tim Roberts, timr@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:timr@xxxxxxxxx>
Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.