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Netlink is a flexible, robust, wire-format communications channel typically used for kernel to user communication although it can also be used for user to user and kernel to kernel communications.
Wireless networking in Linux is really easy to use. The wireless-tools allow to explore and configure wireless network.
Despite all the reasons mentioned in this article to don't certificate TOE NICs, other OS do it.
For example MS Windows 2003 Server (SP1) does support TOE and I've seen a great interest for market around it.
Is there a chance of Linux support for TOE in a near future?
Short list of conferences with Linux networking related attendees:
In the "Delaying only some traffic" section of this page, the following code is given as an example of how to create a delay to just one ip address:
Page based on Documentation/networking/ip-sysctl.txt.