cvs commit: src/usr.sbin/bluetooth/rfcomm_pppd rfcomm_pppd.8 rfcomm_pppd.c

Alexander Motin mav at
Tue Mar 18 07:08:07 PDT 2008

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Julian Elischer wrote:
> Maksim Yevmenkin wrote:
>> emax        2008-03-14 16:11:20 UTC
>>   FreeBSD src repository
>>   Modified files:        (Branch: RELENG_6)
>>     usr.sbin/bluetooth/rfcomm_pppd rfcomm_pppd.8 rfcomm_pppd.c   Log:
>>   MFC:
>>     Add an option to register DUN (Dial-Up Networking) service on the
>> same
>>   RFCOMM channel if needed. There is really no good reason to not to
>> support
>>   this. AT-command exchange can be faked with chat script in ppp.conf.
>>     Revision  Changes    Path
>>  +10 -1     src/usr.sbin/bluetooth/rfcomm_pppd/rfcomm_pppd.8
>>   +33 -2     src/usr.sbin/bluetooth/rfcomm_pppd/rfcomm_pppd.c

Thanks, Maksim!

At last I have got the way to connect my WM6 Pocket to the internet via
my FreeBSD machine! After some time on writing fake chat script it has
got working.

PS: Waiting to play with PAN. ;)

> how many barriers are there from stopping a computer from doing
> "drive-by" downloads and connections from random passing cell phones..
> obviously they need to associate, but how many layers of security are
> there?

AFAIK the first barrier will be the bluetooth device pairing PIN code
and the second optional one is usual PPP authentication.

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