How many protocol stacks are free above RTEMS ?
janovetz at uiuc.edu
Thu Dec 7 20:39:59 UTC 2000
Hmm. I'll give this a shot. Seems like email is one way, here,
but I'll try it anyhow.
FTPD has been written and is fairly complete, but does not presently
support passive mode. Licensing is the same as RTEMS.
HTTPD is supported as the GoAhead webserver. License information
is available at www.goahead.com
FTP client is not available as part of RTEMS, but isn't difficult to
TelnetD is something I've written, but since RTEMS doesn't really have
a default shell, it is fairly specific to the application.
To _my_ knowledge, SNMP agent, RIP2, OSPF, NAT are not supported.
DHCP appears to be partially supported.
Porting ANY of these things from an open source should be very easy.
I've found my networking ports to be very clean.
On Fri, Dec 08, 2000 at 04:13:21AM +0800, Jeffrey wrote:
> Hi Sir:
> We are very concerned about the networking ability of RTEMS. Could you
> please tell me how many protocol stacks(ftp client, telnet client, ftp
> daemon, dhcp client, snmp agent, web server, rip2, ospf, nat, ping, ...?)
> are implemented above RTEMS. Are they all free or any parts need licence ?
> And how could we get more documentation about poting these protocols.
> Thanks in advance.
> Jeffrey Wu
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