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[07:10:46] <eintopf> yea, bootsptrap make sense, because extended is unique device address
[07:11:28] <eintopf> but how it will work -> I don't know, I know that coordinators has some pool for short address ranges which will be given while association. This works on L2
[07:11:51] <eintopf> it should work with these MLME stuff
[07:11:59] <eintopf> and I maybe know how to implement it
[07:12:22] <eintopf> BUT I need damnd a implementation which supports coordinator stuff -> I never saw any implementation for that
[07:13:08] <eintopf> for that we need a synced xmit functionalitu, should be simple to implemented
[07:13:28] <eintopf> it's a wait_for_completion between xmit and xmit_complete and return value is ACK or NON_ACK
[07:13:50] <eintopf> to know if ACK handling was there or not is important for MLME
[07:17:32] <eintopf> but currently I don't have a use-case for that
[07:18:02] <eintopf> I am afraid when I need to talk with $REAL_NETWORK_STACK_OUTSIDE and I need to implement 1000 things before doing that
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[20:10:16] <eintopf> massive patch orgy at linux-wpan/linux-bluetooth mailinglist!
[20:10:42] <eintopf> and the first one I want to have mainline until linus release new version :(
[20:10:49] <eintopf> I need to resend now
[20:10:53] <eintopf> but I need a break
[20:11:02] <eintopf> not thinking about computer until thursday!
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[21:32:17] <mcr/soho> the use case for ACK is to learn the Tx success rate, which lets you calculate the ETX, which tells you which parent is closer.
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