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Subjectpretending a network interface
Hi,

Is it possible somehow for a process to pretending a functional network
interface? I mean some emulator I develope requires to have network
capability. On the real machine it will run it has got serial interface
to connect to PC. But I develope it under Linux first, and I try to
test it. It would be cool to have something which can be fed by data and
trasmit it as it come from a network interface. According for example vice,
it is possible to use a serial port, which is linked to another serial port
of the same machine. But this is ugly and I haven't got two free serial
port either.

- Gabor

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