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PPP for RTEMS
- Date: Sat, 01 May 1999 18:22:13 -0700
- From: gt6 at beachscene.com (gt bradley)
- Subject: PPP for RTEMS
Was there ever a WD8013 driver developed, how hard would it be to upgrade
the WD003 to a WD8013, and does anyone have Info (or pointers to info) on
the software interface for WD8013's ( I have a several laying around to
p.s. please keep us informed on the PPP client.
joel at oarcorp.com wrote:
> On Fri, 19 Mar 1999, Jimen Ching wrote:
> > Steve DeLaney [steved at pacific-computing.com] says:
> > I'm looking at pppd-2.3.5 myself. From the looks of it, there's
> > a high dependency on a full Unix environment. By the time the
> > excess baggage is removed, I could have rewritten the needed
> > modules. It is not like the LCP/NCP state machines are that
> > complex.
> There is a user with a ppp client working. He plans to submit
> it. I encourage him to reply to the list.
> > I was just curious if the TCP/IP module includes a simple PPP
> > implementation. This brings up another question. Which drivers
> > are available for the TCP/IP stack?
> 4.0 did not include very many drivers. I recall that it only has the
> 68360 driver and a wd8003 with the pc386 BSP. There were already a
> handful of drivers under development when the release was made. As we
> expected, releasing the stack with a few drivers encouraged submissions.
> The pc386 BSP now includes an ne2000 and dec21140 driver. There
> are also drivers for the sonic chip and the mpc860. All of these
> will be included in a future release.
> Joel Sherrill Director of Research & Development
> joel at OARcorp.com On-Line Applications Research
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