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3.4. BRIDGING

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have the same command number as the first, so it would be harder to tell the first response from the second. The first response for the Get Device ID would be:

Byte Value Description

2

63

3

20

4

b8

0

81

1

1c

5

34

6

00

7

f4

Requester Address LAN Requester LUN in bits 0-1 (0 in this case), Send Message response NetFN in bits 2-7 (7 in this case) Checksum for the previous two bytes Responder Address Responder LUN in bits 0-1 (0 in this case), Sequence number in bits 2-7 (2eh in this case). The command, a Send Message response in this case. Completion code Checksum for the whole message.

2

63

Checksum for the previous two bytes

3

20

Responder Address

4

b8

Responder LUN in bits 0-1 (0 in this case), Sequence number in bits 2-7

(2eh in this case).

5

01

Command, a Get Device ID response

6

00

IPMB completion code

7

00

message data

8

00

message data

9

01

message data

10

05

message data

11

51

message data

12

29

message data

13

57

message data

14

01

message data

15

00

message data

16

00

message data

17

09

message data

18

01

message data

19

01

message data

20

00

message data

21

00

message data

22

44

Checksum for the whole message

This is the same as the previous example. However, the second response would be:

Byte Value Description

Notice that the header information, except for the command, is from the LAN header, not from the

0 1

81 1c

Requester Address LAN Requester LUN in bits 0-1 (0 in this case), Send Message response NetFN in bits 2-7 (7 in this case)

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