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The Rose packet layer protocol is similar to layer three of the X.25 specification. The kernel based Rose support is a modified version of the FPAC Rose implementation.
The Rose packet layer protocol protocol relies on, and uses the AX.25 ports you have created. The Rose protocol rides on top of the AX.25 protocol. To configure Rose you must create a configuration file that describes the Rose ports you want. You can create multiple Rose ports if you wish, the same procedure applies for each.
The file where you configure your Rose interfaces is the
This file is formatted as follows:
An example would look something like the following:
Note that Rose will use the default callsign/ssid configured on each AX.25 port unless you specify otherwise.
To configure a seperate callsign/ssid for Rose to use on each port you use the rsparms command as follows:
This example would make Linux listen for and use the callsign/ssid
When you have created the
This command would start the Rose device (
The Rose protocol currently supports only static routing. The rsparms utility allows you to configure your Rose routing table under Linux.
would add a route to Rose node
You may specify a route with a mask to capture a number of Rose destinations into a single routing entry. The syntax looks like:
which would be identical to the previous example except that it would match any destination address that matched the first four digits supplied, in this case any address commencing with the digits
which is probably the less ambiguous form.
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