Subject: Re: ISO Configuration on NetBSD v1.3
To: None <tech-net@NetBSD.ORG>
From: George Harvey <email@example.com>
Date: 02/19/1998 21:44:09
> I am currently working with NetBSD v1.3
> I need to know more information about configuring two NetBSD machines in ISO/OSI network topology.
> I know who to use ifconfig to assign different protocol family address to a network interface. But I am not clear on deciding the NSAP address with respect to NetBSD (man pages of ifconfig does not give enough information on who the NSAP address's are to be given/interpreted).
I'm using ISO CLNP to run a custom boot server for an old diskless
workstation (an IsiCAD Prisma, uses ISO in place of the more usual
BOOTP). 'ifconfig.le0' on my 1.3 system looks like this:
inet estcarp netmask 0xffffff00
The NSAP is my MAC address with '49.00.01' on the front and an '00'
on the end. This is a minimal NSAP but it works for me.
George Harvey | Amiga A3000T, CyberStorm-II 040,
email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Picasso-II, MFC-III, Ariadne