Re: [uCsimm] Connecting to Internet via ucsimm

From: mdurrant@uclinux.org
Date: Wed Jun 13 2001 - 12:50:56 EDT


Eren,

Sounds like you need a faster processor like a ColdFire, ARM or 68360 for
a task like the one you describe.

Michael

On Wed, 13 Jun 2001, Erdem Gunes wrote:

>
> Hello!
>
> I tried to use ucsimm as an internet gateway:
>
> I compiled PPPD full version (including chap, pap...), it works.
> I compiled diald for dial on demand; it works.
> I configured ipfadm for IP Masquerading; it wrks.
>
> Every thing is working; ucsimm can connect to my service provider with a 56K dial-up modem.
>
> I set My computer's gateway to ucsimm.
>
> When I make a web request from Netscape, diald works and modem dials...
>
> And I could connect to Web!!
>
> BUT PROBLEM: I works very very slowly, like I connect with a 9600bps modem.
> I am sure that it is not a problem of RTS-CTS handshaking; because there is a few data flow to modem (web requests) as I look to TX led
> and to much data flow from modem (RX).
>
> I think ucsimm cannot process all of incoming serial packets.
>
> WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THIS?? Is it a SERIAL DRIVER bug?? Or 68EZ328 MIPS LACK??
>
>
> THANKS!!!
>
>
> Erdem Gunes
>
>
>

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