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Re: [bluetooth-dev] Regarding ppp

We are talking about using PPP for LAN Access. Where does Dialup profile figure in this?
I have read about PPP-ATM and PPP-ISDN combinations. Do we need to write up a PPP-RFCOMM combination?
The links in the BTprofiles for PPP under Windows is woefully inadequate. Anyone have better links?
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, June 15, 2001 5:41 PM
Subject: Re: [bluetooth-dev] Regarding ppp

PPP does have to have the Dialup Profile to attach to at any particular
time. It is only with the DialupProfile up and running that PPP would work.
Hemang C S
Networking Software Group, IBM Software Labs, India,
7B1,Golden Enclave, Airport Road,
Bangalore - 560017
email ID:shemang@xxxxxxx.com
Ph no. 91-80-5267117 Ext. 3715

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"Sujith" <sujith@xxxxxxx.com> on 15/06/2001 12:50:20

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Subject:  [bluetooth-dev] Regarding ppp


I'd like some information about how ppp actually works vis-a-vis various
Am I correct in assuming that ppp has to be bound to a particular protocol.
eg. ppp with dial-up ?

Likewise, does ppp have to be bound to rfcomm in any way while creating the
LAN Access Profile? Does Windows support ppp other than with dial-up
options? If so, how?

Links to other sites with this info would also be welcome.

Thanks in advance,