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Re: SLIP coexisting with serial data?
>> I have a situation in which it would be useful to run SLIP on a
>> serial console. Obviously, this won't work very well at present.
>> (The machine has only one serial port and no useful network
> Maybe something like SLIRP (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slirp)?
> Haven't used it in aeons and never tried it under NetBSD, though.
That is pretty close to sliplogin(8), and it deals with turning a login
tty into a serial IP transport; it does nothing at all about
encapsulating ordinary serial data that would otherwise be sent down
the serial line into something that can be pulled out on the peer.
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