Please ignore my following comment, I didn't see you already have mentioned the VLAN accelaration part...
regarding the last section, I haven't checked 2.6 kernel, but in 2.4 kernel, it does not like that it is always the case you replace net_if_rx() with vlan_hwaccel_rx(), in fact, seems to me only those interfaces support "hardware accelaration" uses the latter.
What was the purpose of this last edit, 00:18, 18 April 2007 by JyqXan, it seems to remove large chunks of the text for no apparent reason? Unless JyqXan has an explanation I propose we revert the latest change.
There are a few of these random mutilations going on by randomly named users. No idea why! I think I might have accidentaly marked this as patrolled but don't know how to reverse. User:Imcdnzl
Okay, thanks both for the explanation and the fix.
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I do not have ifb installed on my kernel and i do not know how to install. There is no web where i can find information. Can anybody help me?
Answer: It is part of the standard kernel starting with 2.6.12.
To enable it you need to enable:
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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.
There are a wide range of tools available for measuring network performance. Common ones are: