Networking

This site covers Linux networking specific topics. It does not cover general networking questions, these are covered under the more general Wikipedia Computer Networks. See the External Links section for other useful resources.

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todo

ufo

UFO (UDP Fragmentation Offload)

tunneling

tcpprobe

netkit


overview

A collection of network programs for the Linux operating system. This package includes:

talk:toe

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?
Thanks,

talk:main_page

Please if you put something on the main page, fill in the links. This is not a "what if"
page, it is a practical useful link to real work.

If you want to add something here, send mail to shemminger@osdl.org

conferences

Short list of conferences with Linux networking related attendees:

talk:netem

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:

talk:bridge

Please send questions to the Bridge mailing list [1], I don't want to deal with problem reports in the wiki.
Shemminger

gso

GSO ("Generic Segmentation Offload") is a performance optimization
which is a generalisation of the concept of TSO .

It has been added into Linux 2.6.18

Taken from Herbert Xu's
posting on linux-netdev

netbeui


NetBEUI for 2.4.24

Nikolai Zhubr patches to early work by Arnaldo Melo on porting the Procom, Inc donated stack for 2.0.36 to 2.4 is available here.

ip-sysctl

Page based on Documentation/networking/ip-sysctl.txt.

mobile_ip

Wide spread is the Optimized Link State Routing. There is an implementation for Linux, *BSD and Windows: olsrd.

talk:network-adapters

netem

netem provides Network Emulation functionality for testing protocols by emulating the properties of wide area networks. The current version emulates variable delay, loss, duplication and re-ordering.

socket_locks

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