Subject: swIPe with NetBSD-current
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Tomas Tengling <email@example.com>
Date: 02/26/1995 01:20:17
Has anyone tried swIPe with NetBSD-current? I can't get it to work.
I have used swIPe successfully on SunOS 4.1.[3,4] on sun3 and sparc.
I have applied the NetBSD patches for swIPe and it compiles fine and
it seems to receive the packets sent from another computer and then
it tries to send replies but the reply never reach the network. It does
however seem to reach the interface according to the use counter given
by 'netstat -r'.
If I try to ping (via swIPe) from 220.127.116.11 [SunOS 4.1.4/sparc] to
18.104.22.168 [NetBSD-current/i386] the sparc debug show:
swoutput: sending to 0x81104f03
swoutput: trying to route
swoutput: using 0x81100000 0x81104f03 le0
The NetBSD debug show:
Feb 26 01:55:52 topolino /netbsd: swipe_input: ed2: [0x81104f03->0x81104f31], 108 bytes
Feb 26 01:55:52 topolino /netbsd: swoutput: sending to 0x81104f31
Feb 26 01:55:52 topolino /netbsd: swoutput: trying to route
Feb 26 01:55:52 topolino /netbsd: swoutput: using 0x81100000 0x1010100 ed2
Any suggestions on what to do?
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