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RE: [bluetooth-dev] SCO links (was : Definition of Headset profile in XML file)



No,  SCO is not supported in axis stack

Regards,
Vikas Ravindran


	-----Original Message-----
	From:	Alain Paschoud [SMTP:alain.paschoud.list@xxxxxxx.ch]
	Sent:	Wednesday, August 14, 2002 12:19 PM
	To:	bluetooth-dev@xxxxxxx.com
	Subject:	Re: [bluetooth-dev] SCO links (was : Definition of
Headset profile in XML file)

	On Wed, 14 Aug 2002 08:13:10 +1000
	"Gary Burns" <garybyrns@xxxxxxx.uk> wrote:

	> I think if you compare the SIG profile document's headset and LAN
access
	> (SDP related) bits, you can see how to modify the LAN access as a
headset
	> profile service definition.
	> 
	> Does openBT fully support SCO channels? Last time I've seen, it
wasn't
	> completely implemented?

	This is a good question : Does someone already used OpenBT with SCO
links ? I look in the code, and I thought that it was completely
implemented. Is it not the case ?

	Thank you for any information.

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