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Hyphenate "link-layer" everywhere.

Fix the description of the link-layer sender address field in the
DLT_LINUX_SLL header.
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Guy Harris 13 years ago
parent 62b9af0706
commit 5aa0044891
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      pcap-linktype.manmisc.in

@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ values by name.
.RS 5
.TP 5
.BR DLT_NULL "; " LINKTYPE_NULL = 0
BSD loopback encapsulation; the link layer header is a 4-byte field, in
BSD loopback encapsulation; the link-layer header is a 4-byte field, in
.I host
byte order, containing a PF_ value from
.B socket.h
@ -90,7 +90,7 @@ name is historical.
ARCNET
.TP 5
.BR DLT_SLIP "; " LINKTYPE_SLIP = 8
SLIP; the link layer header contains, in order:
SLIP; the link-layer header contains, in order:
.RS 10
.LP
a 1-byte flag, which is 0 for packets received by the machine and 1 for
@ -155,7 +155,7 @@ IEEE 802.11 wireless LAN
Frame Relay
.TP 5
.BR DLT_LOOP "; " LINKTYPE_LOOP = 108
OpenBSD loopback encapsulation; the link layer header is a 4-byte field, in
OpenBSD loopback encapsulation; the link-layer header is a 4-byte field, in
.I network
byte order, containing a PF_ value from OpenBSD's
.B socket.h
@ -166,7 +166,7 @@ Note that, if a ``savefile'' is being read, those PF_ values are
necessarily those of the machine reading the capture file.
.TP 5
.BR DLT_LINUX_SLL "; " LINKTYPE_LINUX_SLL = 113
Linux "cooked" capture encapsulation; the link layer header contains, in
Linux "cooked" capture encapsulation; the link-layer header contains, in
order:
.RS 10
.LP
@ -190,13 +190,15 @@ packet was sent by us
.RE
.LP
a 2-byte field, in network byte order, containing a Linux ARPHRD_ value
for the link layer device type;
for the link-layer device type;
.LP
a 2-byte field, in network byte order, containing the length of the
link layer address of the sender of the packet (which could be 0);
link-layer address of the sender of the packet (which could be 0);
.LP
an 8-byte field containing that number of bytes of the link layer header
(if there are more than 8 bytes, only the first 8 are present);
an 8-byte field containing that number of bytes of the link-layer
address of the sender (if there are more than 8 bytes, only the first
8 are present, and if there are fewer than 8 bytes, there are padding
bytes after the address to pad the field to 8 bytes);
.LP
a 2-byte field containing an Ethernet protocol type, in network byte
order, or containing 1 for Novell 802.3 frames without an 802.2 LLC
@ -207,7 +209,7 @@ header or 4 for frames beginning with an 802.2 LLC header.
Apple LocalTalk; the packet begins with an AppleTalk LLAP header.
.TP 5
.BR DLT_PFLOG "; " LINKTYPE_PFLOG = 117
OpenBSD pflog; the link layer header contains a
OpenBSD pflog; the link-layer header contains a
.B "struct pfloghdr"
structure, as defined by the host on which the file was saved. (This
differs from operating system to operating system and release to
@ -222,7 +224,7 @@ RFC 2625 IP-over-Fibre Channel, with the link-layer header being the
Network_Header as described in that RFC.
.TP 5
.BR DLT_SUNATM "; " LINKTYPE_SUNATM = 123
SunATM devices; the link layer header contains, in order:
SunATM devices; the link-layer header contains, in order:
.RS 10
.LP
a 1-byte flag field, containing a direction flag in the uppermost bit,