July 23, 2001

rp-pppoe 3.2 released

Author: JT Smith

"rp-pppoe is a user-mode (and kernel mode, on Linux 2.4) client and
server for the Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet, a protocol used
by many ADSL service providers. It runs on standard Linux kernels
NetBSD and Solaris." Read on for the full announcement:
Version 3.2 of rp-pppoe has been released.  It is the successor to 3.1.
      
rp-pppoe is a user-mode (and kernel mode, on Linux 2.4) client and
server for the Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet, a protocol used
by many ADSL service providers.  It runs on standard Linux kernels
NetBSD and Solaris.  rp-pppoe is released under the GNU General Public
License, and can be obtained from:
     
        http://www.roaringpenguin.com/pppoe/
     
Changed from Version 3.1 to 3.2:
     
o Client used to incorrectly accept PADT's from any MAC address (and
if the Ethernet interface is in promiscuous mode, to any MAC address.)
This has been corrected.
     
o Minor fixes to "install" target for Turbolinux.

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