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SubjectRe: ipppd == pppd?
kai@thphy.uni-duesseldorf.de (Kai Germaschewski)  wrote on 15.01.01 in <Pine.LNX.4.30.0101152310580.2419-100000@vaio>:

> On 13 Jan 2001, Kai Henningsen wrote:
>
> > jpranevich@lycos.com (Joe Pranevich) wrote on 06.01.01 in
> > <CNDCNNNONGMAFAAA@mailcity.com>:
> >
> > > much of the code, including a long awaited combination of the PPP
> > > layers from the ISDN layer and the serial device PPP layer, such as
> >
> > I've heard about that before, but I can find no hint about that in
> > Documentation/. The separate ipppd is still mentioned there.
> >
> > Plus, looking at the ISDN PPP sources also gives no hint.
> >
> > What's up?
>
> This info is just plain wrong. Unfortunately, ISDN syncPPP isn't using the
> generic PPP layer yet.

So, is this still planned? Any sort of timeline?

MfG Kai
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