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1. RE: regarding Redundancy in TCP / IP Stack (score: 1)
Author: "Gregory Parrott" <gparrott@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2001 09:28:04 -0400
Bjorn is correct. You have to do a lot of work on your own. I posted questions regarding what I think is an exciting project - a hardware TCP/IP stack in silicon that has to play nicely with the exis
/archives/netdev/2001-06/msg00003.html (10,318 bytes)

2. Re: regarding Redundancy in TCP / IP Stack (score: 1)
Author: Ben Greear <greearb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 01 Jun 2001 08:55:20 -0700
What redundancy do you expect to get? What will you be able to do that we cannot do today? You mean keeping two stacks in sync across two different machines, so that you can hot-swap processes or som
/archives/netdev/2001-06/msg00009.html (9,985 bytes)

3. Re: regarding Redundancy in TCP / IP Stack (score: 1)
Author: Harald Welte <laforge@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2001 15:38:56 -0300
then don't do the project. You may get this to work with a experienced linux kernel-level networking hacker, but even then one month is unrealistic. You cannot just assume to learn everything about l
/archives/netdev/2001-06/msg00011.html (9,453 bytes)

4. Re: regarding Redundancy in TCP / IP Stack (score: 1)
Author: Werner Almesberger <wa@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 2 Jun 2001 02:27:58 +0200
I think all those movies that begin by showing a boy longingly looking at the moon, and less than an hour later, we see the same character - perhaps a bit older in virtual time - navigate some spacec
/archives/netdev/2001-06/msg00013.html (8,610 bytes)

5. Re: regarding Redundancy in TCP / IP Stack (score: 1)
Author: sakalra@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Mon, 4 Jun 2001 10:02:29 +0530
/Switch /or MGControllers) single but with TCP Sandeep kalra Ben Greear <greearb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> on 06/01/2001 09:25:20 PM To: Sandeep Kalra/HSS@HSS cc: netdev@xxxxxxxxxxx, Rajiv Roy/HSS@HSS Subjec
/archives/netdev/2001-06/msg00036.html (10,596 bytes)

6. Re: regarding Redundancy in TCP / IP Stack (score: 1)
Author: Ben Greear <greearb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 04 Jun 2001 00:08:41 -0700
If you start modifying the stack, you will likely have to modify everything above it (ie the VOIP program). This will get nasty, because the client on the other end of the TCP connection will have it
/archives/netdev/2001-06/msg00037.html (10,164 bytes)

7. Re: regarding Redundancy in TCP / IP Stack (score: 1)
Author: sakalra@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Mon, 4 Jun 2001 12:26:42 +0530
u can take the idea with an example say that u get with a "single framework" to interact with the outer world what soever be the transport mechanism (weather it be a UDP or TCP or Message Q's ) so, t
/archives/netdev/2001-06/msg00038.html (10,904 bytes)

8. regarding Redundancy in TCP / IP Stack (score: 1)
Author: xxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2001 11:08:00 +0530
hi all , list We am novice to the Linux TCP / IP stack arch, At present i want to implement redundancy at socket level in the Stack.. Can you please help me with some docs, information in this regard
/archives/netdev/2001-05/msg00133.html (7,542 bytes)

9. Re: regarding Redundancy in TCP / IP Stack (score: 1)
Author: xxxxxxx
Date: Thu, 31 May 2001 22:47:16 -0700 (PDT)
Basically, you want other people to do most of the work for you. Later, David S. Miller davem@xxxxxxxxxx
/archives/netdev/2001-05/msg00134.html (7,534 bytes)

10. Re: regarding Redundancy in TCP / IP Stack (score: 1)
Author: xxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2001 11:31:07 +0530
hi david it is not that way, we have this project...nothing to start with ...just a pc with Linux 6.2 installed how to go for that ... i told u .. we am totally novice to the world of linux and also
/archives/netdev/2001-05/msg00135.html (7,942 bytes)

11. Re: regarding Redundancy in TCP / IP Stack (score: 1)
Author: xxxxxxx
Date: Fri, 01 Jun 2001 08:58:58 +0200
Although David's response was somewhat harsh you have to understand that this list consists mostly of people that do this on their spare time. Moreover, Linux is based on people doing things freely a
/archives/netdev/2001-05/msg00136.html (9,959 bytes)

12. RE: regarding Redundancy in TCP / IP Stack (score: 1)
Author: "Gregory Parrott" <gparrott@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2001 09:28:04 -0400
Bjorn is correct. You have to do a lot of work on your own. I posted questions regarding what I think is an exciting project - a hardware TCP/IP stack in silicon that has to play nicely with the exis
/archives/netdev/2001-06/msg00193.html (10,378 bytes)

13. Re: regarding Redundancy in TCP / IP Stack (score: 1)
Author: Ben Greear <greearb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 01 Jun 2001 08:55:20 -0700
What redundancy do you expect to get? What will you be able to do that we cannot do today? You mean keeping two stacks in sync across two different machines, so that you can hot-swap processes or som
/archives/netdev/2001-06/msg00199.html (10,086 bytes)

14. Re: regarding Redundancy in TCP / IP Stack (score: 1)
Author: Harald Welte <laforge@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2001 15:38:56 -0300
then don't do the project. You may get this to work with a experienced linux kernel-level networking hacker, but even then one month is unrealistic. You cannot just assume to learn everything about l
/archives/netdev/2001-06/msg00201.html (9,623 bytes)

15. Re: regarding Redundancy in TCP / IP Stack (score: 1)
Author: Werner Almesberger <wa@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 2 Jun 2001 02:27:58 +0200
I think all those movies that begin by showing a boy longingly looking at the moon, and less than an hour later, we see the same character - perhaps a bit older in virtual time - navigate some spacec
/archives/netdev/2001-06/msg00203.html (8,782 bytes)

16. Re: regarding Redundancy in TCP / IP Stack (score: 1)
Author: sakalra@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Mon, 4 Jun 2001 10:02:29 +0530
hi, /Switch /or MGControllers) single but with TCP Sandeep kalra Ben Greear <greearb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> on 06/01/2001 09:25:20 PM To: Sandeep Kalra/HSS@HSS cc: netdev@xxxxxxxxxxx, Rajiv Roy/HSS@HSS Sub
/archives/netdev/2001-06/msg00226.html (10,641 bytes)

17. Re: regarding Redundancy in TCP / IP Stack (score: 1)
Author: Ben Greear <greearb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 04 Jun 2001 00:08:41 -0700
If you start modifying the stack, you will likely have to modify everything above it (ie the VOIP program). This will get nasty, because the client on the other end of the TCP connection will have it
/archives/netdev/2001-06/msg00227.html (10,237 bytes)

18. Re: regarding Redundancy in TCP / IP Stack (score: 1)
Author: sakalra@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Mon, 4 Jun 2001 12:26:42 +0530
u can take the idea with an example say that u get with a "single framework" to interact with the outer world what soever be the transport mechanism (weather it be a UDP or TCP or Message Q's ) so, t
/archives/netdev/2001-06/msg00228.html (10,949 bytes)

19. regarding Redundancy in TCP / IP Stack (score: 1)
Author: sakalra@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2001 11:08:00 +0530
hi all , list We am novice to the Linux TCP / IP stack arch, At present i want to implement redundancy at socket level in the Stack.. Can you please help me with some docs, information in this regard
/archives/netdev/2001-05/msg00270.html (7,542 bytes)

20. Re: regarding Redundancy in TCP / IP Stack (score: 1)
Author: "David S. Miller" <davem@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 31 May 2001 22:47:16 -0700 (PDT)
Basically, you want other people to do most of the work for you. Later, David S. Miller davem@xxxxxxxxxx
/archives/netdev/2001-05/msg00271.html (7,590 bytes)


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