The Serial Line Internet Protocol (also SLIP) is an encapsulation of the Internet Protocol designed to work over serial ports and modem connections.
The PPP protocol. PPP means Point to Point Protocol. It is a much more developed protocol than SLIP (which is why it is replacing it), insofar as it transfers ...
2 (C) Herbert Haas 2005/03/11 2 PPP / SLIP PPP Where is PPP used What is the task of LCP What is the task of NCP SLIP Why SLIP died out
FreeBSD supports the Point-to-Point (PPP) protocol which can be used to establish a network or Internet connection using a dial-up modem.
This presentation covers three data link layer protocols out of which HDLC is explained briefly.
Be familiar with basic network terminology. Understand the basics and purpose of a dialup connection and PPP and/or SLIP.
What is the difference between PPP and SLIP? SLIP : Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP) is an old protocol which was used to handle TCP/IP traffic over a dial-up ...
HDLC, PPP and SLIP 1. HDLC, PPP & SLIPPROTOCOLS By : Naveen Kumar M.E. ECE, NITTTR 2. CONTENTS Data link protocols HDLC Overview HDLC Basics HDLC ...
Chapter 19 SLIP and PPP 413 supported package is the one sold by Morning Star Technologies in Columbus, Ohio. It is available for a variety of systems.
Note: Throughout in this chapter, user PPP will simply be referred to as ppp unless a distinction needs to be made between it and any other PPP software such as pppd.