[nos-bbs] INP3 settings jnos
bobtenty at gmail.com
Sun Nov 3 02:16:00 EST 2013
I was searching for inp3 instead of inp :-(
Found it and also the pdf with the inp3 protocol description.
I think that the best is a list of interfaces who want INP3.
We define also what interfaces are used for conventional
netrom so in that way you remain consistent.
Found your kluge so I will adapt it to my interfaces or
adapt it to a list or something like that.
On 13-11-02 09:51 PM, Maiko Langelaar wrote:
> Hi Bob,
>> How do I get that experimental INP3 stuff working in jnos
> In your config.h file, use the following define :
> #define INP2011 /* New INP (read only for now) support (Sep2011) */
> It's already present by default for the last few releases.
>> and what are the settings needed ?
> Presently, there are no settings. Just run the following :
> start inp
> Now that you mention INP, there is one 'gotcha' that I just realized I
> need to deal with. Part of this 'read only' INP implementation I wrote
> has a timer that sends L3RTT frames to each of the INP neighbours. The
> problem is that some of these neighbours (like my buddy Werner's BPQ
> node) think I am trying to simply do a regular connect to them, and
> this affects my forwarding with him. So there is a kludge in there
> that says if the port name is 'vhf' then don't send L3RTT on it.
> Honestly forgot that I did this back in Feb 2012, not sure how to
> get around this, do I create a noINP list of all my neighbours that
> can't handle INP ? I wasn't sure back then, because I still did not
> 100 percent understand some aspects of the INP stuff.
> Mind you, nobody has said anything about this kludge yet ...
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