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Re: kernel level multilink PPP and maybe (re)porting FreeBSD netgraph
On Sat, 30 Jan 2010 15:59:29 -0500
"Greg A. Woods" <woods%planix.ca@localhost> wrote:
> Does it actually do MLPPP? I only find mention of Multilink PPP (which
> they abbreviate "MP" for some silly reason) in usr.sbin/npppd/npppd/ppp.h.
npppd and pipex don't support multilink PPP. "MP" in ppp.h have been
drived from RFC 3145.
> usr.sbin/npppd seems to be server-only. I need client code first, then
> eventually server support.
Yes, npppd supports server-side only. For client-side ppp, we already
have pppd(8). Pppd need a process by a ppp connection, but I think it
is not a problem for client-side for most cases. Pppd itself doesn't
have in-kernel framing for PPTP, PPPoE or L2TP. But we can add it by
adding pipex ioctl hooks to pppd(8) and pipex hooks to ppp(4).
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