Subject: Re: ATM & NetBSD/i386
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: David W. Talmage <email@example.com>
Date: 09/06/2000 08:11:23
>I have a need to set up a dedicated box running snort on an ATM WAN
>between two university campuses. The box, a P300 running NetBSD, will
>I'm interested in any info regarding ATM and NetBSD. And a source for
>ENI/Adaptec ATM cards would be greatly appreciated.
Let me put in a plug for some ATM signaling code that I worked on. It's
called SEAN (Signaling Entity for ATM Networks) and it's a complete
implementation of UNI 4.0 plus an API for native ATM applications. It's
available for free from the Naval Research Laboratory,
If you have a NIC, then SEAN gives you real ATM. Currently, the only NIC that
SEAN supports is the FORE Systems SBA-200e on Sun SPARC/Solaris. It would be
nice to have support for other ATM NICs and for our Favorite OS.
If you don't have a NIC, you can use SEAN to simulate ATM over TCP/IP. SEAN
runs fine this way under NetBSD.