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[bluetooth-dev] Re: It seemed that bnep session hadn't know other device's IP address



BNEP knows nothing about IP or IP-addresses. It operates on layer 2,
i.e. Ethernet level. Thus, if you cannot ping something and the BNEP
link is OK, the problem is above BNEP, i.e. IP.

/Fredrik

nasm64 wrote:
> 
> Hello bluetooth-dev,
> 
>   I retry again to make bnep work ,and I found after init all the
>   BT stack and BNEP connection,the "ping" cannot work,and the problem
>   is it doesn't know other device's IP address(or it hadn't found any
>   device with a IP)so of cource "ping"  failed.
>   I want to know,when I make "Box A" the bnep0 with IP 192.9.100.1 and another
>   PC's bluetooth device with 192.9.100.2,and run "bnep -c" to make
>   a bnep session, do both devices know other side's IP address"?
>   in which step they will broadcast their IP and let other device know
>   it?
> 
> 
> --
> Best regards,
>  nasm64                          mailto:nasm64@xxxxxxx.com
> 
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