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SubjectRe: Fw: Re: Fw: where can I find the IP address ?
Le Thu, 26 Apr 2001 17:22:03 GMT+1
Eric PENNAMEN <pennamen@caramail.com> à écrit :

> Je ne suis pas un expert Linux et je ne pourrais peut etre pas
> t'aider mais je le probleme n'es-t pas tres clair :
> Est il de recuperer l'adresse IP du poste (transfert de donne entre le script
> et le driver au chargement) ?
> ou bien que le driver doit ouvrir dans le kernel une socket a l'adresse IP donne dans le script
> et que tu ne sais pas comment faire ?

en fait mon driver commande une sorte de carte réseau dont l'ip est attribué dans un script,
le but est de recuperer l'ip attribuée. je crois que ca correspond plus a ta première proposition

mais effectivement j'ai bien quelques idées mais elles n'ont abouti a rien (appel ioctl,
utiliser la structure device qui doit contenir l'adresse du protocol utilisé dev->pa_addr [
malheureusement je me fais jeter à la compil car ce champs n'existerait pas ... a til disparu depuis
les noyaux 2.2.14 ??])

pourtant c'est ce que preconise le bouquin de rubini (edition 1)

voila si t'as une piste ...

merci

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> sébastien person a écrit :
>
> Début du message transféré :
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> Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2001 16:45:48 +0200
> From: sébastien person <sebastien.person@sycomore.fr>
> To: Helge Hafting <helgehaf@idb.hist.no>
> Subject: Re: Fw: where can I find the IP address ?
>
> Le Wed, 25 Apr 2001 15:17:59 +0200
> Helge Hafting <helgehaf@idb.hist.no> à écrit :
>
> > sébastien person wrote:
> > >
> > > Début du message transféré :
> > >
> > > Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2001 16:43:18 +0200
> > > From: sébastien person <sebastien.person@sycomore.fr>
> > > To: liste noyau linux <linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org>
> > > Subject: where can I find the IP address ?
> > >
> > > I'm dealing with a driver wich need the IP address for specifics using.
> > >
> > The IP address of what?
> > Rememeber, a computer can have an arbitrary number of different
> > IP addresses assigned to various interfaces. It may even have
> > several IP addresses on the same network card.
> >
> > So, which of them do you want?
> >
> > Helge Hafting
>
> Yes that's right. In fact (excuse my bad english), my driver is 'iconfiged- up' with an
> IP in a script, and there is only one IP attach to the adapter. The adapter is a serial
> modem wich will work like an ethernet card, I'm working on the encapsulation of packets
> on the serial line and I need the IP that ifconfig attach to it.
>
> I've seen in the rubini linux device driver that it exists one field in the struture
> that contain the IP but it doesn't exist in my structure so I though that I can find it
> elsewhere. So the IP that I need for the driver of the device, is the one the device is
> attached to. I expect to explain myself clearly else don't hesitate to tell me more.
>
> thanks
>
> sebastien person
>
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