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Old 03-08-2012
Access to network interface (Mac-network)


I'm a italian student. For my thesis I develop a gateway with protocol 6lowpan.
For that I must access to network interface to develope my personal stack based on standard 802.15.4.
Can you help me? I need an explanation for that.

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IZ(8)							  System Administration Utilities						     IZ(8)

iz - configure an IEEE 802.15.4 interface SYNOPSIS
iz [options] [command] DESCRIPTION
Manage IEEE 802.15.4 network interfaces OPTIONS
-d, --debug[=N] print netlink messages and other debug information -v, --version print version -h, --help print help Common commands: help [command] Print detailed help for a command. event [iface] Monitor events from the kernel (^C to stop). PHY 802.15.4 commands: listphy [phy] List phys(s). add phy [iface] Add an interface attached to specified phy. del [phy] iface Delete the specified interface. MAC 802.15.4 commands: scan <iface> <ed|active|passive|orphan> <channels> <duration> Perform network scanning on specified channels. assoc <iface> <pan> <coord> <chan> ['short'] Associate with a given network via coordinator. disassoc <iface> <addr> <reason> Disassociate from a network. list [iface] List interface(s). AUTHOR
Written by Dmitry Eremin-Solenikov, Sergey Lapin and Maxim Osipov REPORTING BUGS
Report bugs to Userspace tools for Linux IEEE 802.15.4 stack homepage <> COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2008, 2009 by Siemens AG License GPLv2 GNU GPL version 2 <>. This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law. iz 0.2.2 August 2010 IZ(8)

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