Linux IPv6 routing strange behaviour
ipepelnjak at gmail.com
Thu Aug 15 13:54:41 CEST 2013
Because it's faster.
A few more juicy Unix comments here:
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Subject: Re: Linux IPv6 routing strange behaviour
If so - things are much worse than I afraid...
The only question is why to implement user space routing instead of fixing
the kernel code?
On 15.08.13 14:14, Pim van Pelt wrote:
> Just ad a datapoint to Max' last remark, at sixxs we moved away from
> kernel based routing by implementing ipv6 routing in userspace (taking
> tap input and raw socket output) largely because of neighbor cache
> pollution and a streak of crashes when we started scaling beyond say
> 2000 interfaces.
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