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I am wondering how can I run a vpn in TAP mode using an ovpn file with a key and a certificate on my Android device, since you know that only TUN tunnels are supported for Android, so someone does he know how to convert a TAP to TUN or PPTP or how to run it on android even if he needs root?
We have a number of Palo Alto firewalls at various points in our infrastructure, for east-west, north-south and DMZ traffic, all managed with Panorama. These firewalls have TAP ports that are connected to a Network Packet Broker (NBP) platform that balances session flows and captures all traffic as PCAP. Often, I will want to investigate traffic that the firewall has refused – either incoming attack traffic from the Internet, or internal east-west traffic that is incorrectly blocked. However, it would appear that only the traffic that the firewall has allowed to pass is reflected on the TAP port. Is it possible to configure firewalls to also reflect denied traffic? How would it be done?
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According to the TAMRON TAP-in console (model TAP-01) at the bottom of the page, the software is supported on Windows 7 to 10 and Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) and 10.11 (El Capitan). (Note that the latest OS X is 10.15, Catalina, so the latest Mac 10.11 version is suspect)
It can work under Wine, but I have no direct experience with Wine or this product. I just know that some things work under Wine and other things not. But since running Wine won't cost you an extra $, that would be a good place to start.
It should work under VirtualBox because in this case you would be using a full version of Windows (which is legally allowed, right ?! ??!? If you need a license just for that, I would buy it one on eBay. I bought W7 Licenses from there that MS is satisfied) I have run different versions of Windows under VirtualBox and accessed external hardware without problems.
At the top of the page, Tamron says
By connecting a TAMRON TAP-in console and running the
software on your personal computer via USB connection you can update
firmware in some Tamron lenses and customize various lenses
functions to meet your needs simply.
And from the image, it looks like it's hardware that connects via USB to your computer. I can't guarantee that this hardware will work with VirtualBox, but I guess it's just a simple serial communication connection – in which case you should be OK.
Note that at the bottom of the same page is this:
Initial firmware update by Tamron service center is required for
enable compatibility with the TAP-in console.
I have no idea what this means, but it sounds worrisome. The statement links to another page that basically tells you to go talk to your local Tamron distributor.
The online help contains a lot of information, but I saw this important information:
(CAUTION) Please note that you cannot use the TAP-in console with
lens other than those specified in the list of compatible lenses.
Which is on the list of compatible lenses (2019.6), which also says:
For users of SP 35 mm (model F012) and SP 45 mm (model F013) Initial
the firmware update by the Tamron service is necessary to
compatibility with the TAP-in console.
Finally, from what I just saw online, you can buy this device for around $ 60. But what surprised me was that you can also rent it from LensRentals for $ 18/7 days.