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NDIS packet driver

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I would like to trap all packets that come to my ethernet card. Can I get a sample source code of a NDIS packet driver which can do this job for me.
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don't suggest IMSAMP.exe. any sample other than that.
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Windows NT sample driver: http://192.116.171.100/packet.zip
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Sorry , The site has been disabled. Is this the same as the packet driver(packet.sys) that comes along with the ddk.
If so suggest me some other sample.
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Whats wrong with the DDK's sample ? It works fine and I used it as a basis to write my own little network sniffer.
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