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Hi all,I have three BPQ32 machines in the home LAN and they talk each other by using bpqether ports. One machine has two network cards and the other two have one card each, so the box with two cards interconnect all of them in a chain. When everything is up, all three BPQ32 nodes see each other, netrom works too in between, etc.
Al three comps are dual-boot (with either Debian 6.04 or Ubuntu 10.04.2). Now I want to experiment with connecting a BPQ32 node to a FPAC node. It seems that FPAC nodes need axudp ports to see the rest of the world, but if I replace bpqether with axip at BPQ32 comps, they stop talking each other (I mean all three BPQ32 nodes).
On the other side, I do not know if it is possible to use bpqether approach in FPAC (in a way bpq works in Linux Node; I mean to configure ports bpq0, bpq1, etc. instead of ax0, ax1, rose0, rose1, etc.) In fact, some time ago I managed to interconnect a BPQ32 machine with a Linux Node machine, by using only bpqether mode at the Windows side, and only bpq module at the Linux side. Any idea?
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