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I am looking for advice for writing a network bridge for Windows 10. The Windows 10 supplied bridge is unreliable and timing on boot interfering with an Intel Phi card completing its boot and configuring its network. It also seems to think the thing needing bridging is the network attached adapter and is trying to bridge for the really connected one. I got something from SoftPerfect Bandwidth Manager - Online user manual, Internal Bridging which works, but I would like to learn and write my own. Does this even require a driver or is it possible otherwise? This a hobby thing for a retired person with VS Professional subscription, C,C++ proficiency. HW is a hp z620 with two ethernet and the Intel Phi 3120a using "HostIPAddress" and "IPAddress".
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