PLIP <-----> Crynwyr Pkt Dvr???

PLIP <-----> Crynwyr Pkt Dvr???

Post by Mark Blackm » Wed, 22 Jan 1997 04:00:00

Hello all,

Should I be able to use the Cyrnwyr (DOS) packet driver (
with the FreeBSD PLIP implementation? (using the "link0"
flag, of course).

I've currently got 486DX4-75 laptop running + NCSA ftp/telnet,
trying to hook up to FreeBSD 2.1.5 (486DX2-50) with the lp0
interface configured and laplink cable (demonstrated to work with
both interlnk.exe and laplink itself).

Using "netstat -s", I can see the (ip) packets being picked up by the kernel
but also being rejected as bad, due to "incorrect version".
I must assume that NCSA ftp/telnet IP packets would be the same version
as the FreeBSD as the IP version (4) has been around for some considerable

If anyone would like to disabuse me of this notion, then feel free but
otherwise I suspect other problems. Anybody care to tell me i'm
barking up the wrong tree?  or point me to the right tree?

thanks in advance,



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