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>>>>> "David" == David S Miller <davem@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> The point was more to show people who are doing TOE _anyway_ to a decent
David> We shouldn't be forced to refine people's non-sensible ideas which
David> we'll not support anyways.
David> If TOE is supported on Windows only, I happily welcome that.
Ha. Too hard to do :-)
The TOEs and L7 content switches that I know of are supported...
UNDER LINUX ONLY
The one that I'm most familliar with (Seaway's SW5000/NCA2000)
provides a new socket family to the host, which corresponds to streams
that terminate on the NCA2000. The host can request things like having
two TCP streams be cross-connected, even adding/subtracting SSL along
This code does not interact with the Linux IP stack at all --- so it
isn't exactly a TOE. You have to, at a minimum recompile applications.
] "Elmo went to the wrong fundraiser" - The Simpson | firewalls [
] Michael Richardson, Xelerance Corporation, Ottawa, ON |net architect[
] mcr@xxxxxxxxxxxxx http://www.sandelman.ottawa.on.ca/mcr/ |device driver[
] panic("Just another Debian GNU/Linux using, kernel hacking, security guy"); [
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