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Re: PPP comression and extension info required...

HI James...
Let me understand on extensions.. and revert you...

I just found the features ppp-extension and as you have explained
there were multiple concepts in it...!

On Thu, Jun 24, 2010 at 11:19 PM, James Carlson
<carlsonj@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> arun b wrote:
>> Ok ,
>> let me explore on the server side ....!
>> Could you please guide me thru ppp-extension support ....!
> Only if you can be more specific in what sort of guidance you need, and
> if you've already read through the existing documentation and still have
> questions.  Otherwise, and no offense really intended, it's likely not
> to be a useful way for either of us to spend time.
> What "ppp-extension" are you talking about?  Are you talking about the
> configuration options?  The various basic PPP control features?  The
> system-specific kernel modules and features?  The possible add-on
> features?  Or something else?
> As with other questions, and as I mentioned before, if you have a
> question about the documentation or about some error or debug message
> you're seeing, __please__ include a copy of that source material with
> your question.  Providing more context would help.
> Based on the messages you've posted to the list so far, and my
> experience in the area, I suspect you need a different kind of
> assistance than I think you'll find available for free on mailing lists.
>  I strongly recommend (as I did in a previous message) searching out
> organizations and products that can simplify your job.  Surely, your
> time is worth something to you, and spending it on a reinvention of
> someone else's wheel can't be a good thing.
> The UNH IOL has both interoperability and conformance tests available
> for vendors at a very reasonable rate.  I highly recommend them, and I
> know some of the folks there if you need pointers.  In addition to the
> IOL, there are also commercial devices available that will do validation
> tests, such as IxANVL.  They're by no means "simple" to operate and
> interpret, but they're much simpler and more effective than attempting
> to roll your own tests.
> --
> James Carlson         42.703N 71.076W         <carlsonj@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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