Section: Linux System Managers Manual (8)Updated: 22 December 1996Local indexUp
nrsdrv - KISS to NET/ROM serial converter
nrsdrv [-f] [-l] [-s speed] [-v] kissdev nrsdev
is a program designed to convert from the KISS protocol to the NET/ROM
serial protocol used by real NET/ROM's and TheNet's. The protocols are
fairly similar, although the NET/ROM serial protocol does include a one byte
checksum which KISS does not.
will be attached to one end of a pseudo-tty of which the other end has been
attached to a KISS capable program. The NET/ROM device will probably be a
real serial port attached to a TNC or a Hexipus. The full specification of
the NET/ROM serial protocol can be found in the original Software 2000
documentation that accompanied NET/ROMs.
Flow control enabled for use with a Hexipus, the default is disabled.
See the file hexipus.txt in the source distribution for wiring details.
Log messages to the system log, the default is not to.
Sets the speed of both interfaces. If no value is specified then no speed
will be set.