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[bluetooth-dev] RE: PPP connection
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Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2002 18:22:57 +0800
From: h9815727 <email@example.com>
Reply-To: h9815727 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: RE: PPP connection
To: Ran Zhou <Ran.Zhou@xxxxxxx.uk>
Oh, it works! Thank you very much.
Now, I can do PING between two linux pc.
My setting now is one linux PC connects to a EBDK through ppp1 and it
connects to a LAN through eth0. The second linux PC connects to a EBDK
ppp0 only. I have set the local and remote address by 192.168.XXX.XXX in
/etc/ppp/ options file. However, in the routing table the remote IP
the second PC isn't in the form of 192.168.XXX.XXX, but rather route to
address assigned by the DHCP in the LAN.
How can I set the IP address of the second linux PC to 192.168.XXX.XXX ?
that it forms an intranet between that two PCs.
Thanks in advance.
>===== Original Message From Ran Zhou <Ran.Zhou@xxxxxxx.uk> =====
>On Wed, 6 Feb 2002 15:06:04 +0800 h9815727 <email@example.com>
>> Hi Ran,
>> I have a problem in setting up a ppp connection.
>> >openbt>apps>bluetooth>experimental>./btdm -m 0
>> >openbt>apps>bluetooth>experimental>./btcon -d /dev/ttyBT0 -a
>> On the logs, I can see "connect:ppp0->ttyBT0"
>> but the whole thing stops there. I cannot find any ppp0 address in
>> Is ppp connection established ?
>on server side:
>btconfig -m 0
>btdm -u /dev/ttyS0 -i 115200 -s 115200 -m 0
>on client side I used old btd
>btd -u /dev/ttyS0 -s 115200 -r client -m -d xx:xx:xx:xx -D xx:xx:xx:xx
>rf_conn 11:22:33:44:55:66 1:0
>You can also do 'cat /proc/net/dev'(my linux is RH7.1) to see if ppp0
>(I can't rember what step I used for new btd(btdm) on client side)
>When I did PPP I refered to Mattias Agren's e-mails posted openbt
>bluetooth mailing list which were quite help.
>P.S 1. Mattias messages which I refered to were posted on Thu, 8 Mar
>2001 'Segmentation fault:btd in usermode' and Tue. 26 Tune 2001 'BT
>apps: what about client code'
>2. I had no hardware support when I did PPP I used null modem instead.
>> or what steps have i missed ?
>> Then I try to use btd (/openbt/apps/bluetooth/btd).
>> When I use the btd menu to do ppp connection, the following messages
>> in the btd menu:
>Centre for Communications Research
>University of Bristol
>University Gate Tel: +44 117 915 1278
>Park Row Fax: +44 117 954 5206
>Bristol BS1 5UB
>United Kingdom Email: Ran.Zhou@xxxxxxx.uk
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