[pups] BSD 2.11 SL/IP and sim2.3d+BB1
wkt at henry.cs.adfa.edu.au
Thu May 17 14:00:06 AEST 2001
In article by Steven M. Schultz:
>> I noticed that the sim2.3d+BB1 emulator will allow you to connect Unix
>> "devices" to the DL1 lines. I set it to connect the serial port on my Linux
>> box, and connected a IBM 3151 (VT100 like terminal), and it worked great!
> Probably doing 7E1 and just about anything would work with that ;)
> > Taking this a step further, I took the serial port and moved it to my Cisco
> > router (the aux port).. I have been trying to configure SL/IP on it..
> That'll definitely require a 'raw' or 8bit clean path and I don't know
> if the sim2.3d does that or not - never tried it. The stock sim2.3d
> doesn't appear to have extra serial line support - or if it does it
> isn't obvious. Perhaps that is what the BB1 part is about.
I can confirm that sim2.3d is not 8-bit clean on output. I got bitten
on this when working on Vtserver, and I tore my hair out for a whole day.
< if ((temp = sim_putchar (tto_unit.buf & 0177)) != SCPE_OK) return temp;
> if ((temp = sim_putchar (tto_unit.buf)) != SCPE_OK) return temp;
It is 8-bit clean on input.
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