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dash7_mode_2:m2dp [2011/10/03 18:10]
jpnorair created
dash7_mode_2:m2dp [2011/10/03 18:12] (current)
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-====== ​M2NP ====== +====== ​M2DP ====== 
-M2NP is an acronym for "Mode 2 Network ​Protocol."  ​M2NP is the only network layer protocol ​supported by Mode 2 that can do addressing, routing, and network layer security.  ​M2NP is enabled when a Foreground Frame contains a Data Link Layer Frame Info field with the EN_ADDR bit set and NM2 bit clear.+M2DP is an acronym for "Mode 2 Datastream ​Protocol."  ​M2DP is a fundamentally broadcasted ​protocol ​(it contains no addressing) that is typically used after some higher layer handshaking. ​ M2DP does not support ​network layer security, but it can be used with Data Link Layer security.  ​M2DP is enabled when a Foreground Frame contains a Data Link Layer Frame Info field with the EN_ADDR bit clear and NM2 bit clear.
dash7_mode_2/m2dp.txt · Last modified: 2011/10/03 18:12 by jpnorair