On 11/2/18 2:02 PM, Cufi, Carles wrote:
I believe that neither
Android nor iOS support IPSP, so this might not be possible
That said I’ve copied a
couple of people to this thread who might have more
One issue that I can think of: several bluetooth/6lowpan crash
bugs were submitted for the 4.12 kernel. For testing you could
backport them, but to gain generic support across mass devices
they would need to be running a fairly new-ish kernel.
I would like to wirelessly connect some sensor
nodes with IPv6 to a smartphone or tablet. I plan to use
6LoWPAN over BLE with the help of IPSP. I have already
successfully put the IPSP sample project into operation and
tested it. This is basically what I tried to accomplish. Now
I want to replace the Linux host with a smartphone or
tablet. For this procedure, I did some research on the
internet and found this post in the Nordic Forum:
According to this thread, it is not possible to
do this with an iOS or Android mobile device. However, this
post is already older than 1 year. Nevertheless, I cannot
find any further information on this topic.
Has anyone tried or implemented anything
similar before? Does anyone have more information on this?
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