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SOLSTICE X.25, CAUSE IN CLEAR REQUEST PACKET

SOLSTICE X.25, CAUSE IN CLEAR REQUEST PACKET

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rafaroldanpfc2@yahoo.es   16 sep 10:22     mostrar opciones

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Fecha: 16 Sep 2005 01:22:22 -0700
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Asunto: SOLSTICE X.25, CAUSE IN CLEAR REQUEST PACKET
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Hy all,


We have developed a PAD application using C under UNIX and the solstice
X.25 9.2.


In one point of the code, we send a x.25 clear request:


X25_CAUSE_DIAG diag;
int socket, error;
diag.flags = (1 << DIAG_TYPE) | (1 << WAIT_CONFIRMATION);
diag.datalen = 2;
diag.data[0] = 09;
diag.data[1] = 00;
error = ioctl(s, X25_WR_CAUSE_DIAG, &diag);


But using the x25trace, we see that the x25 clear request packet sent
has this form:
Cause: 89
Diagnostic: 0


Why the most significant bit of the cause byte is set to 1?
Is it possible to change it?


Thanks all,
Rafa


 

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