Sorry to chime in so late, but ppp(8) already has ATM support... I
must confess that I haven't tested it and don't know how it works,
but it may be worth looking at. A netgraph node would definitely be
> On Sun, 22 Oct 2000 03:41:27 +0200, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
> >>>>Who knows about the ATM stuff in the kernel?
> >>>We have two ATM stacks:
> >>> * The minimalist "chuck" stack.
> >>> * The full-blown HARP stack.
> >>>Neither support netgraph.
> >>Are you aware of any efforts to add PPP over ATM or Netgraph
> >>support to the current ATM code?
> >I'm not aware of any activity in the ATM code at all...
> Ok, well if I were to netgraphify the ATM code, would mpd be sufficient
> to get PPP over ATM working? (I have a lot of reading up to do, but
> if I can decide on the correct direction to start off in I could save myself
> alot of time ;)). And for the record I have done ethernet drivers in Linux
> and OS/2. But I am quite unfamiliar with the FreeBSD networking code.
> I have only submitted patches to the kernel for cyrix code optimizations. :)
> I looked into netgraph and it seems to be a very modular and a wise
> approach to take if it sufficient for this purpose.
> Brian Smith
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