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RE: [bluetooth-dev] ppp and btd



From a previous mail :
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> 7. > rf_conn 00:02:5b:ff:08:2b 0 1

[...]
 
> BT SYS: ERROR : rfcomm_send_data : Not allowed to send data on DLCI 0
> BT SYS: ERROR : rfcomm_send_data : Not allowed to send data on DLCI 0

You cannot connect a data channel on the control channel (dlci 0) since this is only intended
for internal rfcomm messaging !! 

Do  : rf_conn <BD> [1-62] <line> and it should work fine. 
===
/Mattias

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Konstantin Solvang Charalabidis [mailto:solvang@xxxxxxx.dk]
> Sent: den 14 maj 2001 17:04
> To: bluetooth-dev@xxxxxxx.com
> Subject: [bluetooth-dev] ppp and btd
> 
> 
> Hi,
> 
>    We are trying to get a point to point connection betwwen two RedHat
>    Linux 6.2 machines (Pentium 120 and Pentium 160) going 
> with the Axis
>    Bluetooth Stack.
> 
>    We are using Ericsson's Bluetooth Kit RTK 993 1289 R1A on COM 1 and
> pppd
>    2.3.11
> 
>    *******
>    Client: (has no netadaptor, ip set mannually to 10.0.0.1)
>    *******
>    /etc/ppp/options.ttyBT0 on the client side:
> 
>        noauth nodeflate nobsdcom lock
> 
>        mtu 256
> 
>        debug
> 
>        local
> 
>    >btd -R -s 57600 -r client -m -e 0
>    >rf_conn 11:11:11:50:11:11 0 0
>    connected
>    >ppp
> 
>    AND IT REPEATS:
>        bt_waitline : got connection!
>        already got connection on line 0
>    OVER AND OVER AGAIN!?
> 
>    ******
>    Server: (is connected to a LAN with ip 10.8.12.136)
>    ******
>    Here is my /etc/ppp/options.ttyBT0 on the server side:
> 
>        noauth nodeflate nobsdcom lock
> 
>        mtu 256
> 
>        debug
> 
>        local
> 
>        silent
> 
>        10.8.12.136:10.0.0.1
> 
>    >btd -R -s 57600 -m -e 0
>    >
> 
>    QUESTION: What do I do wrong? How do I disable most of 
> pppd features?
> 
>     Any help will be appriciated!
> 
>    Best regards,
> 
>    Konstantin Solvang, student at Aalborg University, Denmark
> 
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