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1999\07\06@211435 by jose55

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has anyone come out with a PPP for a pic yeat?
and if so, will it run on a pic16c63 ?

please let me know

thanks

Jose

p.s..   and would it work on a picC compiler?





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1999\07\06@213731 by l.allen

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> has anyone come out with a PPP for a pic yeat?
> and if so, will it run on a pic16c63 ?
>
> please let me know
>
> thanks
>
> Jose

I probably should know this... but what is  PPP a TLA (three letter
acronym) for.

I think there is probably a TLA for every three letter combination.
Thats 26x26x26=17576 combinations.


Lance Allen
Uni of Auckland
New Zealand

1999\07\06@215150 by John Griessen

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I vaguely recollect point to point protocol.

Not sure tho.

Now, if you used a PIC to do it, would that make it pppp?
Or, would that juxt sound like pp two times?

JG

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1999\07\06@220517 by Bob Drzyzgula

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The most recent Circuit Cellar magazine has an article
wherein the author hacks away everything but the absolutely
most essential portion of the PPP protocol and manages to
get it connected via dialup on a 2400 baud modem. The liberties
he had to take with the protocols were extreme; he was
only able to get it to do a tftp, and then only by connecting
to his regular ISP. He used a 12C672.

--Bob

On Tue, Jul 06, 1999 at 09:11:54PM -0400, Jose Moreno wrote:
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1999\07\06@220928 by Thomas Brandon

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Yep, PPP = Point to Point Protocol.

It's like SLIP (Serial Line Interface Protocol) and is the protocol used for
most dial up internet services. I'm not really sure what it is but it I
think it specifies standards for such things as loging in and getting an IP
and all the nitty gritty of doing TCP/IP over a dial up line.

IReady's motto is "Making devices Internet ready" so check out
http://www.iready.com/. They have a PPP capable Ethernet interface IC and
Seiko (http://www.seiko-usa-ecd.com/) have also used this technology in
their iChip S7600 Embedded Ethernet IC which is also Ethernet capable.

Also, check out http://www.vermontlife.com/gary/crystal.html. Here, you can
order a kit for an Embedded Ethernet controller. Not sure if it's PPP
capable but you might get some info here.

BTW: Only 17576, I'm sure a few TLA's are used in multiple areas allowing
for well in excess of 17576.
Tom.
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