[Fwd: Re: TCP/IP between L4Linux and L4 task]

Wei Shen cquark at gmail.com
Thu May 11 11:28:51 CEST 2006


I have a question for some time - why not use flips as a simple gateway?
Maybe it is better than configing the nic to promiscuous mode?

I have made a simple test, and it can work. I think another merit is that we
may use the ipsec implentation of linux kernel with flips.



On 5/11/06, Bjoern Doebel <doebel at os.inf.tu-dresden.de> wrote:
> > is it possible to connect from an L4Linux process to a FLIPS-based L4
> > task using TCP/IP? And if so, how?
> Sure. Both, L4Linux and your app need to be compiled without native
> hardware support. Instead, use a software network switch like the one
> provided by l4/pkg/ore. L4Linux needs to compiled with the ORe driver
> and your app needs to send/receive packets through ORe.
> ORe also provides a minimal TCP stack in l4/pkg/ore/lib/uip. I don't
> know whether Christian Helmuth already finished to add ORe support to
> FLIPS - maybe he can give some info about this.
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