Tait Cyrus (firstname.lastname@example.org)
11 May 88 03:28:20 GMT
I hate to admit this, but I don't know diddly about the new 802 LLC frame
format. Is there an RFC or some document on sri-nic that describes this
format? If not, what texts contains such a description?
The reason I ask is because devices on our net use the old dst/src/type
format and now some of the newer devices are using the dst/src/len/llc
and I can't make heads or tails of what these new devices are "saying".
What is the `correct' way to refer to dst/src/type (IEEE 802.?) ?
The `correct' way to refer to dst/src/len/llc (IEEE 802.3)?
Thanks in advance.
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