> Unfortunately I have no idea how widely used ethertap is these
> days, and more importantly if most people have switched over
> to tun/tap for those kinds of applications.
Red Hat 9 includes at least one application that still uses ethertap
as I received an error message suggesting that I set up an ethertap
device when running it about a fortnight ago. Unfortunately, I don't
remember which app it was, sorry...
Best wishes from Riley.
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