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Re: Strange public traceroutes return private RFC1918 addresses
> Leo Bicknell wrote: >> because at the higher data rates (eg 40 gige) it makes a huge difference >> in host usage. You can fit 6 times in the data in a 9K packet that you >> can in a 1500 byte packet, which means 1/6th the interrupts, DMA >> transfers, ACL checks, etc, etc, etc. * firstname.lastname@example.org (Petri Helenius) [Tue 03 Feb 2004, 19:47 CET]: > This is wrong. Interrupt moderation has been there for quite a while, > DMA is chained and predictive. Just like the extra chopping up of the data you want to send into more packets, it's things you have to do a few extra times. That takes time. There is no way around this. What Leo wrote is in no way wrong. > ACL checks I can agree on, but if you are optimizing the system, what > do you need ACL?s for anyway because you can make the applications > secure in the first place? You're trolling, right? -- Niels. -- Blessed are the Watchmakers, for they shall inherit the earth.