[U-Boot-Users] ARP request packet size
ip6helper at yahoo.com
Fri Sep 2 14:08:31 CEST 2005
Most of the network device contains a bit to configure
padding or not padding (it's why network stack doesn't
do anything for that). Try to find inside Linux or
BSD a reference implementation of your chipset, it's
useful when you write a network driver for the first
--- pradeep sawlani <pradep at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am porting u-boot and i am writing network
> driver.When uboot tries to send
> Arp request the packet size is 42 bytes and hence
> the other machines in
> network dont accept the request as the minimum size
> of ethernet frame should
> be 64bytes and hence ARP request packet is dropped.
> The problem is should
> the padding of packet to 64bytes should be done in
> driver code or there is
> other solution ????
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