USB link cable?
mdcki at gmx.net
Sat May 10 09:56:59 PDT 2003
Yevmenkin, Maksim wrote:
> this will create virtual ng0 network interface, which is different from
> *ethernet* interface. if you need virtual *ethernet* interface you will need
> to use ng_eiface(4) module instead of ng_iface(4), i.e.
> # ngctl mkpeer udbp0: eiface data ether
> this will create virtual ngethX *ethernet* interface.
Right now my USB link cable stopped to work at all on the
BSD side. I mean it stopped to work *permanently*. Neither
BSD Linux nor Windwos XP recon it any more as a proper USB
device. However they still detect that there is something
**** READ - the hardware BROKE DOWN PERMANENTLY ****
Excellent isn't it?
> > So I have to ask if anybody ever got such a link running?
> > Or would it just be easier to turn udbp.c in to if_udbp.c and
> > forget about the reset?
> no. netgraph gives you a choice what of what you want to do. with
> netgraph you
> can turn udbp(4) pipe info network interface, ethernet interface or just
> to it with socket.
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