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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.|