Archive for the 'routing' Category

Europa: Efficient User Mode Packet Forwarding in Network Virtualization – Liao.pdf

Sunday, November 25th, 2012

Paper that describes fast user-mode routing ( ~90% speed of kernel mode) in Linux

Europa: Efficient User Mode Packet Forwarding in Network Virtualization – Liao.pdf

Sunday, November 25th, 2012

Paper that describes fast user-mode routing ( ~90% speed of kernel mode) in Linux

Europa: Efficient User Mode Packet Forwarding in Network Virtualization – Liao.pdf

Sunday, November 25th, 2012

Paper that describes fast user-mode routing ( ~90% speed of kernel mode) in Linux

Europa: Efficient User Mode Packet Forwarding in Network Virtualization – Liao.pdf

Sunday, November 25th, 2012

Paper that describes fast user-mode routing ( ~90% speed of kernel mode) in Linux

Configuring Multiple Default Routes in Linux « Darien Kindlund’s Blog

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

Notes on how to get sane traffic flows for a linux box that has 2 network cards connected to the same network. NOTE: this is a required setup if you are using multiple network cards feature on AWS VPC

Configuring Multiple Default Routes in Linux « Darien Kindlund’s Blog

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

Notes on how to get sane traffic flows for a linux box that has 2 network cards connected to the same network. NOTE: this is a required setup if you are using multiple network cards feature on AWS VPC

Configuring Multiple Default Routes in Linux « Darien Kindlund’s Blog

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

Notes on how to get sane traffic flows for a linux box that has 2 network cards connected to the same network. NOTE: this is a required setup if you are using multiple network cards feature on AWS VPC

PacketShader – GPU-accelerated Software Router

Friday, March 25th, 2011

Also see http://shader.kaist.edu/packetshader/io_engine/index.html and http://www.ndsl.kaist.edu/~kyoungsoo/papers/2010-lanman-100Gbps.pdf

Using latest x86 hardware and GPU to build a 100GB pc router / possible theoretically, but as of now, is not co…

Nehalem Routing Pefromance Test Results, 2009 Netdev conf, Vayatta.

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

test results for linux routing performance on recent intel “nehalem” CPUs and 10G ethernet

Linux as IP Router [vaytta marketing paper, benchmarks are at the end]

Saturday, April 25th, 2009

Paper from vayatta with some benchmarks that shows raw ip forwarding performance with various packet sizes and % of packet losses. Basically 2.8 Intel celeron + 1G broadcom (tg3) cards can deliver ~150Mbps on 64b packets limited by CPU