What would you think if this were to stop the Stack software from becoming a Bluetooth Qualified product?
I have not read the TSS document for L2CAP yet, but it may well decide that the BQTF/BQB shall have a test which sends a connection request with a PSM value of more than 2 bytes. This may be worth checking?
I do so happen to agree with you that 64K is a large number of PSM values. *8-(
From: Mattias Ågren [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 02 August 2000 16:42
Subject: RE: [bluetooth-dev] Bugs in the last release of L2CAP + PSM
> Concerning the PSM, it must be at least of type u16 (probably
> u32!) since the range of dynamically assigned values is
> [0x1001-0xFFFF] (See p:278 Core specification).
> But it is also written on this page that the PSM field can be
> extended beyond 16 bits ...
As of today I don't see why there should be a need for more than
65536 upper protocols... :) so for now I think 16 bits will do.
If a need comes up that should be pretty easy to change.