I'm starting the DUN Client implementation for the Linux Stack. DUN is
the Bluetooth dial-up network profile. It makes possible share internet
connection between two Bluetooth devices. That is my Google Summer of Code
project for this year.
Here follows a simple, and possible not complete, roadmap:
1. Put send_method_call() and send_method_call_with_reply() on gdbus: those
functions are very useful for DBus operations. You can send a DBus message
just calling them with the right parameters. Patch for that work already
on the mailing list.
2. Create a bluetooth.c file with the bluetooth helpers. oFono plugins for HFP,
DUN and SAP will be able to share the same bluetooth code to access BlueZ
stuff. This is a ongoing work.
3. plugin/dun.c prototype. A simple prototype for the DUN client.
4. Agent server on BlueZ. This one is very similar to the HFP Agent server. At
the end of the DUN agent project I plan to merge the both agent servers. SAP
will take advantage of that merge too.
5. oFono DUN agent. Implement the agent handling for DUN.
6. AT command parser and PPP stack integration with DUN. The biggest task,
where the core of the project is.
7. ConnMan integration. Setup of the NAT and Internet Connections.
Comments are welcome. :)
Gustavo F. Padovan
Fix some issues with the HDLC code, and then use it in PPP.
The first 2 patches are a resend of previous patches, the last
is new to this series.
Kristen Carlson Accardi (3):
hdlc: allow for scanning and escaping
hdlc: handle wrapped buffers
ppp: use GAtHDLC
gatchat/gathdlc.c | 121 +++++++++++++-----
gatchat/gathdlc.h | 12 ++
gatchat/gatppp.c | 347 +++++++++-------------------------------------------
gatchat/ppp.h | 11 ++
gatchat/ppp_auth.c | 2 +-
gatchat/ppp_cp.c | 6 +-
gatchat/ppp_net.c | 3 +-
7 files changed, 175 insertions(+), 327 deletions(-)