Multilink PPP? (RFC 1990)

Multilink PPP? (RFC 1990)

Post by Chris A. Epl » Tue, 25 Feb 1997 04:00:00

Are there any PPP drivers out there that support Multilink PPP per RFC 1990?
It would seem that it would be possible to get a multichannel modem
connection going if this were implemented...  IE: Have 2 modems (/dev/cua0
and /dev/cua1) and be able to establish a multilink PPP connection by
dialing out on both to the same dial-up router..

I realize that there is 'EQL' support, but that is NOT what I'm refering to
here.  As far as I know, the EQL support is rather proprietary and not
implemented in a large established base of dialup routers (besides the
portmasters) whereas MP/MPP >IS<.

Chris A. Epler - ESInet System Admin - (804) 974-7308


Multilink PPP? (RFC 1990)

Post by David C.W. Ch » Tue, 25 Feb 1997 04:00:00

Is this EISA ethernet card compatible with Linux? I can't seem to get it
detected by 2.0 kernel.
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