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a question regarding Modbus-RTU implementation on Linux.
From old times I remember bad consequences on serial connections, when
"unexpected characters" were inducted onto the wires. No problem
for interfaces, generating 1 interrupt/char, as for Modbus-protocol,
this character should be ignored because of a char-timeout.
But this might be a different story, when having a buffering interface,
which should be standard nowadays. Depending upon usage or setup of this interface,
the "Unexpected RX-Character" might stay in RX-silo for longer period of time,
to be improperly interpreted as "Address Field", after arrival of a valid data frame.
Can somebody clarify on this potential issue, with special respect to LINUX ?