[Haifux] [HAIFUX Lecture] Linux Kernel Networking Overview byRami Rosen
gabik at cs.technion.ac.il
Mon Dec 3 21:48:16 MSK 2007
I would like to thank Rami for a very interesting and educational lecture!
The attendance was extremely high, including a lot of new people from the
On Nov 28, 2007 2:25 PM, Orr Dunkelman <orr.dunkelman at gmail.com> wrote:
> Next Monday, 4th of December, at 18:30 the Haifa Linux Club, will
> gather to listen to Rami Rosen's talk about
> Linux Kernel Networking Overview
> * A walkthrough of a packet in the kernel network stack, through
> layer 2, (the link layer), layer 3 (network layer) and layer 4
> (transport layer).
> * The routing table and the routing cache.
> * The neighboring subsystem: arp table and arp cache.
> * The bridging subsysetm.
> * ICMP error messages.
> * A short survey: future trends in Linux Kernel Networking.
> Note: The link layer (L2) we will discuss will be ethernet, and the
> network layer (L3) will be IPv4
> We meet in Taub building, room 3. For instructions see:
> Attendance is free, and you are all invited!
> Vehicle entry permit form will be available on Leon's website at
> http://www.leon.nu/form/ Please register there.
> P.S. We DON'T keep a sensitive information, and delete the
> registration details right after lecture, so it's very important to
> register again for EVERY coming lecture.
> Future Lectures:
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> Orr Dunkelman,
> Orr.Dunkelman at gmail.com
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