Re: Setup pppd over rs-485 point-to-point

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On 03/17/2017 11:13 PM, Michael Richardson wrote:

Woody Wu <narkewoody@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
    > I want to setup pppd to connect a Linux laptop to an embedded Linux
    > device. The Linux box connected to a rs-232 to rs485 converter, then
    > the convert connected via a two-wire rs-485 cable to the embedded Linux
    > device's rs-485 port.

Depending upon what you really want to do (is it run ppp? Or is it, get IP
connectivity?), you may want to look at:


There is some userspace code out there from Carsten I think.

Michael, the 6lobac you mentioned looks exactly what I needed. But it looks a quite new standard and no a real implementation on Linux or Windows, right?

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