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Re: [bluetooth-dev] PPP MTU problems
i would like to us which layers did the digianswer provide? did it
provide all layers including L2CAP, RFCOMM?
On 29 Mar 2001, Claus Tondering wrote:
> Wong Hoi Tung <email@example.com> writes:
> > Hi,
> > it is so interested to set up ppp connection using Axis stack between
> > Linux and Windows. i am using Bluetooth Starter Kit. i am very interested
> > in your system. could you tell us the details how to set up the system?
> > How can you initialize the Kit in windows? That's challenging!!!
> > Best Regards,
> > Raymond
> I'm not sure I understand your question. I'm not using the Axis stack
> on the Windows PC; there I'm using Digianswer's Bluetooth stack, and
> I've simply followed their instruction manual to set things up. I'm
> using the Axis stack on the Linux device, running on top of the
> bluetooth USB driver that comes with Linux version 2.4.
> Is this what you wanted to know?
> Anyway, I believe that I've solved my MTU problem. I tried using a
> Windows PC with a PCMCIA Bluetooth card instead of the USB Bluetooth
> device, and then things worked fine! My guess is that I've come across
> a problem in Digianswer's USB driver.
> Claus Tondering
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