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SubjectRe: X.25 Support in Kernel?
Em Wed, Sep 04, 2002 at 11:56:22AM +0100, Alan Cox escreveu:
> On Wed, 2002-09-04 at 10:08, Henning P. Schmiedehausen wrote:
> > Basically I need to talk to a Cisco router with X.25 protocol and be
> > able to terminate an X.25 connection in user space in an
> > application. As far as I can see, there is the easy way talking XOP
> > with the router or talking X.25 over LLC2 (which Cisco calls CMNS) for
> > which support seems to be "not yet completely functional".
> >
> > Considering the possibility of hacking with the x.25 part of the kernel;
> > which would be the best way to start with LLC2 support? Using the driver
> > from linux-sna or hacking with net/llc ?
>
> The base kernel llc code is junk. Thats been rewritten by the SNA folks
> and also used by the netbeui for Linux people. That should give you
> enough to talk X.25/X.29 over LLC pink book style

Alan, he is talking about net/llc, not net/802.2 8) IOW, he is talking about
the procom stuff, that is now also being used by the SNA folks.

BTW, the net/802.2 stuff already bit the dust in latest 2.5 (the code from
the toshiba-europe guy).

- Arnaldo
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