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[17:48:52] <Michael Richardson> right, the mesh-under code....
[17:49:46] <eintopf> link-layer routing
[17:50:51] <eintopf> I don't know if linux can ever handle such devices right. With a special tun/tap device which doing 6lowpan things, like our lowpan interface type... yes maybe. But not if linux/ipv6 stack things it's a ethernet interface
[17:52:24] <eintopf> bluetooth has something like that as well "bnep"
[17:52:58] <eintopf> but 6lowpan is more than bnep
[17:53:41] <eintopf> otherwise I would be very happy if 6lowpan is just an adaption layer, then we don't need to think about changes in ndisc implementation of linux ipv6 stack
[17:55:27] <eintopf> and, today I read something new about a new low-power 802.11 standard
[17:55:40] <eintopf> wifi halow
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