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From: Bryan D. Payne (bdpaynecs.umd.edu)
Date: Sun Nov 11 2001 - 22:27:43 CST
> I've been playing around with the code and I've found a easy way to
> implement transmission of 802.11 frames without breaking anything.
Interesting. Do you have diffs that I could work off of? As I'm still
learning the driver code, I'd be interested to see what modifications you
> Reception is more tricky as there's only one way to push the packet to the
> upper layers. Although I think I can figure out how to send packets to the
> protocol stack and to a listening application, I don't know yet how to
> detect if the processes that has opened raw sockets wants 802.3 or 802.11
> packets. And could be difficult to solve the scenario in which there are
> different processes expecting each one one of the encapsulations.
Hmmm...perhaps it would be a fair assumption to say that all processes
will be sending and receiving the same types of frames? Then you could do
some simple process accounting (assuming that each process sends a packet
before receiving one...perhaps not always valid) and send the correct
frames to each process.
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