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Re: AX.25 "reserved" bits in SSID bytes



> On page 7 of the AX.25 Level 2 Specification from ARRL, there is
> explanation of two "reserved" bits in the SSID byte of each address,
> that can be used "in an agreed-upon manner in individual networks".
> It also says "When not implemented, they should be set to one".

This is suprisingly important, the older Linux one used 0 and got caught
out badly in some German networks where 0 meant something quire different.

Alan





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